Dino Polska S.A.

About Dino Polska S.A.

Dino Polska S.A., together with its subsidiaries, operates a chain of mid-sized grocery supermarkets under the Dino name in Poland. The company offers range of food products, including meat, poultry and cold cuts, fruit and vegetables, bread, and dairy products, as well as other food, chemical, and cosmetic products; grocery products, such as children's food, breakfast products, ready to eat meals, beverages, candies, snacks, frozen goods, processed goods, oils, grain and bulk products, condiments, and alcohol and cigarettes; and non-grocery products, which include flowers, cleaning agents, sanitary articles, pet food, and small household appliance products. It is also involved in producing, processing, and preserving of meat products; renting and operating of own or leased real estate; private purchase and sale of real estate; manufacturing and processing of refined petroleum products; and retail sale of automotive fuels, as well as provision of warehousing and storage, and financial services. As of June 30, 2022, the company operated 1,975 stores. Dino Polska S.A. was founded in 2007 and is based in Krotoszyn, Poland.

Dino Polska - jedna z najszybciej rozwijających się sieci handlu spożywczego w Polsce.


DNP.WA Poland

303.9USD0.3 (-0.10%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

Warsaw exchange

Sector: Consumer Defensive

Industry: Grocery Stores

Location Poland, Krotoszyn

Grade: ABC

10,022,506,527 USD
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