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K-Citymarket branch in Itäkeskus, eastern Helsinki

K-Citymarket is a Finnish chain of hypermarkets belonging to Kesko Food Ltd, which is one of Kesko Corporation's four incorporated divisions. Kesko Corporation is the leading Finnish trading company which is engaged in retailing in close cooperation with the K-retailers and in wholesaling directly to industry, restaurants and other wholesale customers. In Finland there are currently 80 stores in 58 different cities. To K-Citymarkets selection includes a wide selection of food, clothing, sporting goods, toys, electronics, garden supplies and general merchandise.

K-Citymarket's main competitor in Finland is S Group's Prisma chain.

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