Published at: 2019-02-08 13:19 | Author: Robert McLean
When discount groceries began edging into the up-market segment of the grocery sector it spelled the end for the Polish grocery chain
In a deal that’s reportedly still being finalized, Jeronimo Martins and Auchan will take over the Polish supermarket chain Piotr i Pawel. CIJ has learned that Jeronimo Martins and Auchan will take over 100 and 48 of the stores respectively. Following the liquidation of Alma in 2017, the news suggests that larger supermarket chains with premium products will disappear from the market.
The sale of Piotr i Pawel appears to be connected to its problems last year. Despite turnover of over PLN 800m o...

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