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Euro Quiz # 86 - More Stores, Restaurants, Etc

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1- Europe's two largest department stores - in order are what?

2- Name the top 5 countries in terms of the number of vegetarian restaurants per cpaita?

3- What are the top 5 countries with the most McDonalds outlets per capita?

4- ??????? is the biggest Dutch supermarket chain, founded in 1887 in Oostzaan, Netherlands. It is named after ???????? Sr., the founder of the first store in Oostzaan.
??????? is the oldest organization owned and operated by the Dutch supermarket operator Ahold.

5- XXXXXXX is a chain of steakhouses based in France, with over 328 outlets in Europe. Most of these outlets are located in France, but there are also branches in Luxembourg, Switzerland, Spain and Belgium.[1] It is a mass-market chain serving American-style steaks with some concessions to French tastes, such as a roquefort sauce option. Name this American-style steakhouse chain?

6- Starbucks bought ????????????????, a chain of London Seattle-style coffee shops in Britain to all at once expand into the European market in 1987 - what British chain did Starbucks buy?

7- Britain's Scope Charity Shops, a mainstay on all High Streets it seems, changed its name about 20 years ago from ????????????, because that name was deemed offensive to handicapped persons.

8- ??????? is a Dutch multinational retail chain and franchise with approximately 12,500 stores in 35 countries worldwide. It was founded in the Netherlands in 1932 by retailer Adriaan van Well. Through its affiliate organisations, ?????? operates through most European countries, parts of Africa, Asia and Oceania. Its headquarters are in Amsterdam.

9- Traditionally this busy London street had many large bookstores located along it?

10 - ??????? is a discount supermarket chain in Switzerland. It is Switzerland's third largest supermarket chain after Migros and Coop (Switzerland) with 11.4% market share.
It was started in 1881 and later developed by Karl Schweri just after the Second World War, it later made Switzerland's first discounter in 1967 in Zurich. In 1973, it broke the country's tobacco cartel. In 2004, the sales of its 580 outlets exceeded CHF 1.8 billion.
In January 2007 it was announced that Migros has purchased a majority stake in Denner. (Migros which refuses to sell alcohol nevertheless kept it in its acquired ???????? stores.

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