POLAND: Jeronimo Martins eyes Marcpol store deal
Jeronimo Martins has made a move to buy a batch of stores from Polish grocer Marcpol.
The Portugal-based retailer, which generates the majority of sales in Poland, has made an application to the country's competition watchdog to buy 11 outlets.
A spoksperson for Jeronimo Martins told just-food the proposed deal was part of Biedronka's "expansion programme". Biedronka is Jeronimo Martins flagship chain in Poland.
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