On Thursday, 2 June, the Lidl supermarket chain will open its first 15 stores in Lithuania. There will be 5 stores in Vilnius, two in Kaunas, and one each in Klaipėda, Šiauliai, Alytus, Marijampolė, Kėdainiai, Kretinga, Telšiai and Mažeikiai.
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Lidl's stores will offer everyday products like meat products, fresh meat, dairy products, frozen goods, fresh vegetables and fruit, bread and cakes, candy, snacks, cosmetics, household goods and other items.

Lidl plans to consistently expand throughout Lithuania after opening its first 15 stores.

The stores in Vilnius will be opening in Fabijoniškės (S. Nėries g. 16), Jeruzalė (Ateities g. 4A), Naujininkai (Kapsų g. 1), Šeškinė (Dūkštų g. 34) and Šnipiškė (Kalvarijų g. 180).

The stores in Kaunas will be found in Kalniečiai (Šiaurės pr. 1A) and Šilainiai (Baltų pr. 10).

The remainder of the stores can be found in Klaipėda (Taikos pr. 66B), Šiauliai (Tilžės g. 3), Alytus (Jazminų g. 32A), Marijampolė (Žemaitės g. 22), Kėdainiai (Basanavičiaus g. 87B), Telšiai (Luokės g. 74A), Kretinga (Žemaitės al. 12) and Mažeikiai (Daukšos g. 24A).

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