January 19, 2001, 12:00 AM

WorldWide Retail Exchange membership grows to 41

The WorldWide Retail Exchange today announced the addition four new members: Bangkok-based Makro Asia; and U.S. retailers Meijer Inc.; Wegmans Food Markets Inc.; and Winn-Dixie Stores Inc. The additions bring the group's membership to 41 with combined sales of nearly $600 billion. The WorldWide Retail Exchange is business-to-business exchange designed to facilitate and simplify trading between retailers and more than 100,000 suppliers, partners and distributors. Its membership includes reatilers in the U.S., Europe, Africa and Asia.

In addition to the new retailers, WWRE membership includes:
-- Albertson's (U.S.)
-- Auchan (France)
-- Best Buy (U.S.)
-- The Boots Company (U.K.)
-- Casino (France)
-- Cora (Belgium, France)
-- CVS/pharmacy (U.S.)
-- Dansk Supermarked (Denmark)
-- Dairy Farm International (Hong Kong)
-- Delhaize Group (Belgium)
-- Dixons Group plc (U.K.)
-- Edeka (Germany)
-- El Corte Ingles (Spain)
-- Gap Inc. (U.S.)
-- J.C. Penney (U.S.)
-- John Lewis (U.K.)
-- Jusco (Japan)
-- Kesko (Finland)
-- Kingfisher (U.K.)
-- Kmart Corporation (U.S.)
-- Longs Drugs (U.S.)
-- Marks & Spencer (U.K.)
-- The Otto-Group (Germany)
-- Publix Super Markets (U.S.)
-- RadioShack Corporation (U.S.)
-- Rite Aid Corporation (U.S.)
-- Royal Ahold (The Netherlands)
-- Safeway Inc. (U.S.)
-- Safeway plc (U.K.)
-- Schlecker (Germany)
-- Seibu Department Stores Ltd. (Japan)
-- Supervalu Inc. (U.S.)
-- Target Corporation (U.S.)
-- Tesco (U.K.)
-- Walgreen Co. (U.S.)
-- Woolworths (Australia)
-- Wooltru Ltd. (South Africa)

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