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De Spar

1932–1940

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Spar started out as De Spar; an acronym for Door Eendrachtig Samenwerken Profiteren Allen Regelmatig. "De Spar" also happens to mean "the fir tree" in Dutch, hence the logo depicting a fir tree.

1940–1950

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1960-1968 (Italy)

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In 1960 the first De Spar store was opened in Italy

1968–present

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The De Spar brand is still used in Italy and at Lukoil stations in Hungary. In Austria, the De Spar brand is used for it's Italian food range.

Spar

1950–1960

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In 1950 the name was shortened to Spar.

1960–1968

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1968–present

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Designer:  Raymond Loewy
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  1968

Spar's current logo was created by Raymond Loewy, using a stylized version of the fir tree motif.

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