For the first time in a loyalty programme Tupperware products are being offered to shoppers of Mercator stores across Slovenia this spring. Offering a range of brightly coloured reusable Tupperware storage solutions to encourage shoppers to reduce waste, Mercator also hopes to help shoppers reduce their use of single-use plastic in 2021.
From 21st of January until 6th of May shoppers at Mercator in Slovenia can collect stamps to redeem against a storage range from the Tupperware brand across more than 500 stores. This is the first time Tupperware products are being offered in a loyalty campaign in Slovenia. Therefore Mercator will hold Tupperparties in its stores to demonstrate the diverse uses for Tupperware whilst also showing shoppers how they can reduce waste.
The product range consists of ten different Tupperware products including 3 different Eco Bottles and cereal bowls.
Mercator is a Slovenian multinational retail corporation owned by the Croatian company Agrokor that is operating in Central and Southeast Europe. Mercator d.d. is one of the largest business entities in Slovenia and the parent company of the Mercator Group. Mercator's story dates back to 1949, when the wholesale company Živila Ljubljana, the predecessor of the present-day Mercator, was founded. In the early days, Mercator sold the goods straight from the warehouse; today, it is among the most modernised retailers in the region.
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