Czech online supermarket Rohlik.cz expands to Hungary

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The largest Czech online supermarket Rohlik.cz has opened up a new online food store in Hungary. Called Kifli.hu, the website offers foodstuff deliveries in Budapest and the surrounding area, Czech Radio says.

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The founder of Rohlik.cz, entrepreneur Tomáš Čupr, says it is one of the most important events in the company’s history and hopes the new website will become the number one online food delivery store in Budapest within a year.

Čupr founded Rohlik.cz in 2014. The company is currently active in seven Czech cities and has served over 1 million customers, Czech Radio says.

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