After Intermarché, the Leclerc supermarket chain has also decided to help students. Many are in financial difficulty due to the crisis linked to the coronavirus epidemic and cannot eat properly while the canteens and the Crous are closed.
The boss of the group, Michel-Edouard Leclerc, announced Thursday to Jean-Jacques Bourdin on BFM TV that his group will offer packed lunches for students “the cheapest on the market”. The price would be between 1 and 2 euros.
– Bourdin Direct (@BourdinDirect) February 4, 2021
An initiative launched at the end of February?
At the beginning of the week, Intermarché launched for its part vouchers of 10 euros from 20 euros spent for students. The operation began on February 2 and must continue until the 8th. “It was good” from Intermarché “and that made us accelerate,” said Michel-Edouard Leclerc.
For the moment, the project is not yet complete, added the boss of the supermarket chain. It could be launched at the end of February.