Deli2 with the first stationary shop


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Deli2 is a Polish delicatessen e-shop, which decided to open its first stationary shop in Warsaw. The shop’s offer includes the most popular products which customers can find on the sales platform.

The first Deli2 stationary shop, which is located at Wilcza Street in Warsaw, was opened on 27 October. The shop’s area amounts to 100 m2, and apart from the shopping zone, there is also a small bistro with tables for customers who would like to order and eat dishes on the spot. As Bartosz Kaźmierczuk, CEO of Deli2 and Tower Investments adds, customers will be able to buy all ingredients used in the prepared dishes both in the newly opened stationary shop and via the platform.

Among the products available at the stationary store are not only items from Polish cuisine but also products from various countries, including France, Greece or Italy. In addition, the offer includes restaurant meals.

Deli2 e-store has been open to customers from all over Poland since the beginning of October, and mail-order delivery is no longer limited only to larger cities. Orders delivered throughout Poland are carried out by an external delivery company. Customers can still shop on unchanged terms, but due to the expansion of the shipping offer, the delivery time of orders has been extended by one day. Deli2 plans to continue its growth strategy and will appear in more agglomerations, and by the end of 2024 the company may reach up to 10 million customers.

More information in the PMR report “Online retail market in Poland 2021. E-commerce market analysis and development forecasts for 2021-2026″.

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