CBA is a Hungarian supermarket chain with almost 5,200 stores. It operates in Bulgaria, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia and Slovakia. There were 134 stores in Bulgaria in February 2018. Most CBA stores have grill bars, bakeries, butcher's and wine shops. A discount store is also available (BA Cent) and a hypermarket (Príma). In 1992, CBA was formed of 17 grocery stores from 10 private owners in Budapest. Stores elsewhere in the country were only opened years later. In 1998, 80% of stores outside Budapest were CBA stores. Because of difficulties with delivering, CBA opened regional headquarters. In 2005, CBA opened its first logistic center in Alsónémedi. From that year, CBA became a franchise system. More information...

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