Intermarche Supermarket

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An Intermarche ‘super’ store in Sulecin, Lubuskie, western Poland. This store also has an attached filling station.

Intermarche are a French-owned chain of supermarkets and hypermarkets found throughout Poland. They currently have 145 stores and as such an intermarche can be found in most Polish towns and cities. Intermarché probably appeals more to middle-class customers with its fairly extensive range, specialist fresh products and in-store bakeries. Les Mousquetaires, the parent company also owns the Netto group of stores, which is clearly targeted at lower-income shoppers.

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Other supermarkets present in multiple Polish towns include: Aldi, Auchan, Biedronka, Kaufland, Lidl, Netto, Piotr i Pawel, Plus, Spar, Tesco, Żabka.

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