Posts tagged as Maxima

Maxima Latvia warns about fake app

Monday, June 29, 2020

A malicious app has appeared in app stores with an identical visual design as that of supermarket chain Maxima Latvija,  the company informed on June 29. The name of the app is  Maxima Latvija  and the developer is indicated as  VD studio.  The fake app may be collecting user data. The company’s original application for online purchases and loyalty discounts is called  Maxima  and the developer is  Maxima Latvija. “We are disappointed…

Lithuania’s Maxima destroys 160 tons of meat after salmonella outbreak

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Maxima, one of the largest retail chains in Lithuania, destroyed some 160 tons of meat after selling potentially salmonella-contaminated products. The retailer revealed on Monday that it may have sold some 11 tons of potentially tainted meat supplied by Lithuania’s Bioevala producer. In response, Maxima destroyed all fresh meat from the various suppliers it had in stores on February 7.  Read more:  Supermarket chain Maxima under fire over suspected salmonella…

Supermarket chain Maxima under fire over suspected salmonella

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

The Lithuanian supermarket chain Maxima stopped selling meat due to suspected salmonella last Friday. The Food and Veterinary Service said on Monday the company had known about the problem for days and might have sold contaminated products to shoppers. Maxima, one of the country’s biggest chains, had known about unsafe products from its supplier Biovela on February 3, but only reported it to the authorities four days later, according to…

Maxima owner tops Lithuania’s rich list

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Nerijus Numavičius, the majority shareholder of Vilniaus Prekyba (VP), remains the richest person in Lithuania, followed by Girteka Logistics Chairman Mindaugas Raila and Avia Solutions Group Chairman Gediminas Žiemelis, according to the Top magazine’s annual wealth list published on Tuesday. MG Baltic President Darius Mockus is in fourth position, followed by Žilvinas Marcinkevičius, a former VP Group shareholder, at number five. Numavičius now lives in London and is mostly engaged…

Maxima’s first pop-up beer bar in Latvia presents wide range of beers

Monday, August 26, 2019

Alongside Latvian beer sommeliers, Maxima explored beer and food pairing at its first pop-up beer bar. The total assortment of beer in Maxima stores consists of more than 300 products, with more than 60% being beers from local brands. “People are beginning to prioritise quality over quantity in their beer drinking. To ensure that a wide range of high-quality beers becomes more accessible to the Latvian public without having to…

Akropole Maxima’s latest offer may affect availability

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

The latest offer introduced at the Maxima XXX store in Akropole, which sees a range of popular products being offered at the lowest price in the market, may impact the short-term availability of some products in-store. The changes could affect some specific, significantly discounted products in categories such as fresh chicken, pork, chilled salmon, champagne, seafood, prawns, beer, cheese, cured meat and select dairy products. Changes to the pricing policy…

Maxima to embrace solar power

Friday, April 26, 2019

To make retail more environmentally friendly, Maxima has begun equipping its stores with solar panels, supplying stores with autonomous energy. The first store in Latvia to have a solar panel system installed on its roof will be the Maxima XX store at 20a Saharova Street in Riga. The system will be installed after an ambitious reconstruction of the store during the second half of the year. Over the next five…

Maxima Latvia to invest EUR 23 mln in the expansion and customer service upgrades

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

In 2018, Maxima Latvija is planning to invest EUR 23 million in retail chain expansion, reconstruction of stores and customer service upgrades, as the company’s representatives informed. Of this amount, EUR 22 million will be invested in retail network expansion and store reconstruction. In addition, more than EUR 1.2 million will go to improving customer convenience through the development of self-service checkouts, and around EUR 200,000 will be invested in…