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The list of retail chains that have announced their participation at the Fresh Market 2022 

 

 

Biedronka (POLAND)

With over 3,250 stores spread throughout the country, we are the undisputed food retail leader in Poland, offering quality, differentiation and innovation in food products.

 

www.biedronka.pl

 

 

MAXIMA (LITHUANIA)

Maxima Group, founded in 2007, is the largest Lithuanian company in the Baltic States, an international company operating in five countries. Maxima Group  is  the owner of  the retail chains Maxima ( in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia), T-Market (in Bulgaria) and of  the Barbora  e-grocery business operating in Lithuania and Latvia.  Also owns Franmax, which mainly provides  franchise and agency services. Maximais  the owner of the Polish Aldik, Sano and Stokrotka stores.  In 2019, the group plans to open a total of 120 to 140 new stores. Most of the new branches will start in Poland, although openings are also planned in the Baltic States and Bulgaria. 

www.maxima.lt

 

AMAN (SERBIA)

AMAN doo was founded in 1992 in Belgrade, It is now the leading national retail chain in Belgrade, and the second national retail chain in Serbia, with the highest growth rate since its establishment. Aman has 214 store outlets in Serbia.

www.aman.co.rs

 

 

AIBE (LITHUANIA)

AIBĖ, the largest alliance of retailers in Lithuania and Latvia in terms of the number of stores, brings together more than 400 retailers operating a network of more than 1,400 stores in Lithuania and Latvia.

www.aibe.lt

 

 

 

ARHELAN (POLAND)

The company went from the wholesale of food products, through the first market opened in Bielsk Podlaski in 1995, to regional expansion beyond the Podlaskie Voivodeship. The first food warehouse was located on 100 m 2 , currently our stores occupy a total of several tens of thousands of square meters of usable space. At the moment, the chain of Polish Arhelan Stores has 100 facilities, employing over 1,500 employees. We are present in 65 towns, mainly in the Podlaskie Voivodeship, but also in Warmińsko-Mazurskie (since 2007), Mazowieckie (since 2018) and in Lublin (since 2019).

www.arhelan.pl

AUCHAN (POLAND)

Auchan has been a committed retailer for 55 years, a changing retailer in a changing world, whose current ambition is to meet today’s purchase and health-conscious omnichannel consumers, with the goal and desire to bring change to their lives! Auchan is a retailer that selects its products and producers, that knows its customers and knows that no two are alike. A retailer that combines the advantages of digital technology and physical stores, to create a customised experience. A retailer whose stores are lifestyle and shopping locations and offers customers a pleasurable experience.

www.auchan.pl

 

CARREFOUR (POLAND)

Carrefour started its activities in Poland in 1997. Over 900 stores in 6 formats currently operate under the retail chain's name. Among them are: hypermarkets, supermarkets, wholesale and discount shops, convenience and specialized stores as well as an eshop. We also own and manage commercial centres and petrol stations, located in cities and towns.

www.carefour.pl

 

 

CHATA POLSKA

We are a strong trading company, 100% based on Polish capital, bringing together only Polish entrepreneurs Chata Polska is a chain of general grocery stores that has been dynamically developing since 1997 and is present today in seven provinces. In line with the Close strategy. Locally. Naturally. Chata Polska stores specialize in Polish, local food products and regional products - the brand is known for their best selection. This is our flagship range.

 

www.chatapolska.pl

 

 

DINO (POLAND)

Dino is a nationwide chain and a leading player in the promising and growing segment of medium-sized supermarkets located close to customers' places of residence. Dino is also one of the fastest growing chains, in terms of the number of stores and sales revenues, in the entire grocery retail market in Poland.

marketdino.pl

 

 

E.LECLERC (POLAND)

E.Leclerc has been operating on the Polish market since 1995, when the first shop under the brand's banner was opened, in Warsaw. Currently, the group consists of 44 shops located in 42 cities in 15 provinces, which employ over 5,000 employees. E.Leclerc also includes 17 online shops. By combining several formats and a wide range of products,  meet the diverse needs of  customers.

 

www.e.leclerc

 

 

INTERMARCHE (POLAND)

We are a franchise chain of grocery supermarkets, operating within the framework of Grupa Muszkieterów - the largest European association of independent entrepreneurs. The Group also owns the Bricomarché 'house and garden' supermarkets.
We have already opened almost 200 Intermarché stores all over Poland and we are constantly launching new ones, guided by the specificity of the local market.

www.intermarche.pl

 

LINELLA (MOLDOVA)

The company's mission is to be the trusted neighbor of our consumers. Linella is the local store with the best offer of products of daily necessity. We are always around consumers, we offer quality services, fair prices and pleasant atmosphere. Linella is a one hundred percent national chain of stores. For more than 20 years it is the promoter of modern trade in the Republic of Moldova, having the largest geographical extension throughout the country.

www.linella.md

 

 

JSC GRUSTE (LITHUANIA)

The history of JSC GRŪSTĖ began in 1992. Company was founded by Alfredas Vyniautas. The company's activities include wholesale and retail trade in foodstuffs and industrial goods, public catering services. Company is fulfilling it's goals and expanding operations, services, increasing staff and annual sales volume over time. Over 29 years JSC GRŪSTĖ has become a modern trading company. At the moment the company operates 27 shopping centers in the counties of Telšiai, Plungė, Šiauliai, Klaipėda, Kaunas, Vilnius. The company is involved in wholesale trade, serving more than 400 retail points in Lithuania. In addition to this, JSC GRŪSTĖ pursues public procurement tenders and currently works with more than 300 public institutions.

www.gruste.lt/en

 

NASZ SKLEP (POLAND)

The Polish Retail Chain Nasz Sklep was established in 2000. and was a response to the activities of large-scale foreign competition. We consider the people who create it, shop owners representing only Polish capital, to be the greatest strength and asset of the chain. At present, the network associates over 4,350 franchise stores under four brands: Nasz Sklep, Delikatesy Premium, Delikatesy Sezam and Nasz Sklep Express. It covers 13 voivodeships: Lubelskie, Małopolskie, Łódzkie, Podkarpackie, Wielkopolskie, Śląskie, Świętokrzyskie, Opolskie, Dolnośląskie, Mazowieckie, Pomorskie, Warmińsko-Mazurskie and Zachodniopomorskie.

www.naszsklep.pl

 

PROFI (ROMANIA)

Profi is the modern Romanian retail company with the largest expansion in the territory and with a growth rate still unmatched in our country. In May 2019, it became the first network with more than 1000 stores located in almost 500 localities in all counties and the city of Bucharest and in December 2021 it exceeded 1500 stores. The expansion continues with hundreds of new stores every year. Mid Europa took over Profi from the Enterprise Investors investment fund through a record transaction in the Romanian retail, for the amount of 533 million euros. Mid Europa has outstanding experience in healthcare and retail, owning, among others, the renowned Regina Maria medical centers in Romania and, until recently, the Zabka supermarket chain, with over 2,600 stores in Poland, a network it has grown. with over 500 stores a year.

www.profi.ro

ROHLIK (CZECH REPUBLIC)

Rohlik is a leading European e-grocery retailer. Already active in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria and Germany, it is launching in Romania, Italy and Spain in 2022 under the Sezamo brand for these three countries. The company is dynamic and growing rapidly and raised EUR 290 million in 2021, attaining unicorn status.

 

www.rohlik.cz

 

STOKROTKA (POLAND)

Stokrotka is a modern retail chain with rich Polish retail traditions. Established in 1994 in Lublin, today it has over 650 shops located in housing developments, mini-centres and shopping malls throughout Poland. Stokrotka is growing rapidly, opening over 100 shops a year, in formats tailored to each customer: Stokrotka Supermarket, Market, Optima and Express as well as the click&collect online shop, and is a proven business partner for franchisees. The company has modern Distribution Centres, its own logistics facilities and a network of regional warehouses throughout Poland.

www.stokrotka.pl

WASZ SKLEP SPAR (POLAND)

SPAR is a retail chain of local stores run by Polish entrepreneurs offering customers everything they need for everyday shopping for their family. Currently, there are over 200 stores in Poland under our logo.

 

www.spar.pl​

 

 

TOPAZ (POLAND)

Each new TOPAZ Polish supermarket that is built and opened is part of a brand whose stores are visited by 1.5 million customers. We offer over 35,000 products of the highest quality from about 600 producers and suppliers from all over Poland. It is also worth noting that in the loyalty program, the Loyalty Card in the TOPAZ grocery store - regardless of whether it is located in Mińsk Mazowiecki , Siedlce or Sokołów Podlaski, is already used by over 350,000 people, of which nearly 70% of all owners use it at least once a week. We operate in 116 Polish branches.

 

www.topaz24.pl

POLO MARKET (POLAND)

The company started in 1997 with 27 stores. Today, it is already over 280 modern branches throughout Poland and over 2.5 billion net turnover per year. POLOmarket stores are visited monthly by nearly 9 million customers. Currently, POLOmarket employs 5,500 people.

 

www.polomarket.pl

 

 

 

ŻABKA (POLAND)

Żabka is a chain of small and convenient stores, meeting the needs of millions of customers every day. For 23 years of presence on the Polish market, the company has consolidated its position as a leader in the modern convenience segment. The idea behind the operation of the network is the proximity and convenience to customers who, in over 8,000 of the outlets can do quick shopping, take advantage of the rich package of services or eat a quick hot snack served as part of the Żabka Café.

www.zabka.pl

VARUS (Ukraine) - online

The first chain store was established in 2003 in Dnipra, Ukraine. Currently, retail chain Varus includes 65 supermarkets in 13 Ukrainian cities, including Dniepra, Kiev, Zaporozhye. The co-owner of the Varus company is also the owner of the "Olvia" corporation, dealing, among agribusiness - growing greenhouse vegetables and selling them under the "Taste of Summer" brand.

https://varus.ua/uk

ATB (Ukraine) - online

ATB, the largest retail chain in Ukraine, was established in 1993 in Dnipropetrovsk. In 1998, the chain was reorganized into self-service stores. Today, ATB stores operate on a soft discounter basis, offering about 3,500 products.

Today, the ATB chain has more than 900 stores in 200 Ukrainian cities. What distinguishes the ATB chain is its prices, which are 10-15 percent lower than the average prices in other stores. One of the company's main goals is the continuous development of Own Brands. ATB has experience in importing fresh fruits and vegetables from countries such as Turkey, Egypt, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, China and Argentina.

 

Green Market (Belarus) online

Green is a hypermarket chain founded in 2008 in Minsk. Today the number of stores in the chain is 9 hypermarkets in various cities of the Republic of Belarus.

green-market.by

Fantastico (Bulgaria) - online

As of 2020, the company operates 45 stores in Sofia and three outside Sofia, including eight cash-and-carry hypermarkets. Although most of Fantastico's stores are located in the capital, the chain is a major competitor to international chains such as Billa in Bulgaria

www.fantastico.by

EVROOPT (Belarus) - online

Evroopt, owned by Evrotorg, is the largest retail chain in Belarus. The brand's first store was established in 2005 in Minsk. Today, the chain has 930 stores, accounting for 41% of the country's market share. 10% of the Belarusian population stores at Evroopt stores every day. Merchants from this retail chain, plan to establish business cooperation with suppliers of vegetables, plants and flowers.

https://evroopt.by

 

ALC ,,VITALUR" (Belarus) - online

It was founded in 1995 and currently holds a leading position in the retail trade of Belarus. It includes more than 95 stores of various formats. The company works directly with suppliers from Spain, the Netherlands, Norway, the UK, Russia, Iceland, Finland, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, China, Turkey, Egypt, South America and Asia to offer fresh fruits, vegetables and fish at the best prices.  

https://vitalur.by

 

NOVUS (Ukraine) online

NOVUS is a fast-growing nationwide supermarket chain, the most dynamic and progressive food retail company in Ukraine. There are three directions of NOVUS business development - stores, distribution and import. This is how the company is flourishing. The first NOVUS supermarket was opened in 2009. Every year, the chain expands by about 5 stores. NOVUS builds most of them instead of renting. Today, the NOVUS chain includes more than 40 modern supermarkets. NOVUS' total retail area is more than 113,000 sq. m. NOVUS is represented in the Kiev and Kyiv, Cherkasy, Mykolaiv, Ternopil, Rivne and Rivne regions.

www.novus.ua

 

 

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