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Superdrug takes on Boots and Tesco

Superdrug, a British health and beauty retailer, plans to open 50 Irish outlets over the next five years as part of an ambitious expansion plan.

8th July, 2006

Superdrug, a British health and beauty retailer, plans to open 50 Irish outlets over the next five years as part of an ambitious expansion plan.

The company opened its first Irish outlet in Wexford last month and plans to have ten stores in the Republic by the end of the year. It already has 18 stores in the North.

Zaria Pinchbeck, spokeswoman for Superdrug, said the company had identified Ireland as a ‘‘significant growth area’’ and was...

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