Warehouse clubs (also known as superstores) are discount retailers that charge a membership fee to consumers who buy a broad assortment of both food and nonfood items in bulk and in a warehouse environment.
Examples of warehouse clubs:
Both Sams Club, in the U.S.A., is a warehouse club, offering a variety of food and nonfood items. Costco, a U.S.A based company operates warehouse stores in the U.S. and internationally. Makro, a Dutch based warehouse club, has stores throughout Europe and Pakistan.
For more information on warehouse clubs, see this Wikipedia page.
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