• Chunichi Shimbun


Mobile supermarkets are beginning to pop up in urban areas, including Nagoya.

Originally, most of the trucks were designed to service underpopulated areas where there are few shops. However with the growing number of aging baby boomers with limited access to shopping facilities or who have difficulties carrying heavy groceries, companies are now beginning to serve a segment of that elderly population in urban areas.

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