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Memory Social Responsibility 2005-2006 EROSKI FOUNDATION

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1.2 Economic value, generated and distributed

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1.2.1 Key figures

Given the need to meet tight family budgets, good prices come out tops. This has proved no obstacle to Eroski's growth. We have gained market share and grown at rates better than those of prior years, whilst reducing operating costs and consolidating on savings in the supply chain.

We continue to invest in the opening of new outlets and in generating a project portfolio. With these efforts we have, in addition to improving and renewing our sales and logistics networks, once again outstripped our competitors, achieving record levels in our portfolio of supermarket projects.

In 2006, our cash flow reached the sum of 403,247 thousand euros and investments grew by over 100% over the 2005-2006 period.

32,652 people make up Eroski, 8.5% more than in 2004. Additionally, 2005-2006 saw 477 new worker members joining us. As far as consumer members and friends of the Fundación Eroski are concerned, there are now 548,189 of us, 14% more than two years ago.

The good profits achieved confirm our proper management control of the company. In addition to financial compensation, Eroski's owners –we, the workers– gain the greatest professional satisfaction from the company's good results.

Key financial figures

Main figures (in thousands of euros)
2005 Advance 2005 2006 Advance 2006
Consolidated sales 6.005.658 7,6% 6.414.517 6,08%
Consolidated results 143.374 10,4% 190.655 32,98%
Net investments 297.977 -16,6% 611.603 105,25%
Cash Flow 345.329 8,7% 403.247 6,77%
Equity 1.104.500 7.9% 1.211.903 9,72%
Operating expenses 1.998.810 8,4% ND ND
Business in Own Brand products
2005 Avance 2005 2006 Avance 2006
% own-brand sales 28% 104,9% 29,16% 105%
No. permanent products * 1.994 12,6% 2.380 19,40%

* Calculated as OB products showing each year's sales, unblocked. Source: GBI

Employees
2005 Advance 2005 2006 Advance 2006
Member-employees 12.415 3,4% 12.775 2,8%
Non-member employees 19.501 1,1% 19.876 1,9%
Consumer-members and friends of the Foundation
2004 2005 Advance 2005 2006 Advance 2006
Partners/friends of the Foundation 481.275 515.226 7,1% 548.189 6,4%

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Sales area (m2)
2004 2005 Advance 2005 2006 Advance 2006
Sales area (m2) 1.312.652 1.381.445 5,2% 1.442.828 4,4%
Commercial network 2006
Openings Total
EROSKI 5 84
EROSKI/center 22 481
EROSKI/city 2 65
EROSKI service
stations and
Super service
stations
4 48
EROSKI/travel
(includes Travel Air)
17 257
Forum Sport 4 42
If perfumeries 31 227
Abac - 2
CASH RECORD - 19
Food Service - 3
Total in Spain 85 1.228
France - 37
Total own network 85 1.265
Aliprox and other franchises 3 572
Total GROUP 88 1.837
Development of shopping centres and malls
Openings 2005 2006
No. own commercial outlets 5 20
Commercial
surface area
of 100% own
shopping malls (m2)
153.269 98.555,50
Available premises 390 587

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