The full range should include groceries and drug store products. In its vacancies, the company says it wants to give up “cheap meat” altogether and will focus on “regional and high quality” manufacturers. The products are delivered through so-called Knuspr couriers, who put orders together in storerooms and then deliver them within three hours of entering the store order.
So the concept and range is very reminiscent of the Dutch supplier of Picnic, which supplies the cities of Düsseldorf, Mönchengladbach, Krefeld, Essen, Duisburg and Gelsenkirchen in Germany.
Customers order their order online. The goods are then put together in a hub and brought to the point of delivery. From there, our own delivery agents bring the order to the customer.