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Poland: Biedronka announces a wave of new proximity openings and modernization of existing stores

Updated: Jan 9

Discount Retail Chain Biedronka, owned by Portuguese Jeronimo Martins, with the start of summer, wants to be as close as possible to its customers. In the last week, as many as 15 new stores have arrived on the Polish map, of which only on Friday (30.06) and around the first July weekend 11 new stores open.

In addition, from this week, customers can enjoy comfortable shopping in 14 renovated stores. In total, in all 29 modern locations, in connection with openings, attractive promotions await.

Despite the start of the holidays, Biedronka does not slow down. From Friday (30.06) the newly opened Biedronki can be visited by residents of Rotmanka, Przodków, Doruchów, Radziłów, Płońsk, Gościna and Lusówka. Over the past week, as many as 15 new outlets have opened. In addition, 14 modernization works have been completed, including one will welcome the first customers on 1.07. Thanks to this, customers can enjoy shopping in a comfortable and friendly environment, taking advantage of attractive offers and numerous promotions, e.g. in Świnoujście, Sanok, Bydgoszcz or Wodzisław Śląski.

"Biedronka is constantly developing, which is why we are consistently opening new and modernizing current stores, responding to the local needs of customers of small towns and large cities. We are glad that we can reach anywhere in Poland, enabling our customers even easier, daily access to the articles they need, in even more comfortable conditions", says Paweł Stolecki, Operational Director at Biedronka.

All new and renovated Biedronka stores are created in the latest discounter network standard, i.e. the 3.0 format. Thanks to the introduction of environmentally friendly changes in each new and renovated store, energy consumption is reduced by nearly 15%. Selected facilities are powered by renewable energy, and refrigeration systems operate on the basis of natural gases: CO2 and propane.

In addition, the promotion zones are well exposed in the new stores, and the setting of the islands for fruit and vegetables is even more transparent. Customers have the opportunity to purchase freshly baked bread and bakery products from local suppliers.


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