Smallest Żabka Outlet Opens In Western Poland
Polish retailer Żabka has announced that it has opened its smallest store, in the city of Poznań.
The outlet, with a sales area of 16 square metres, is located in a busy office building, in one of the largest roundabouts in the city.
The store caters to the needs of on-the-go customers and offers a range of snacks, ready-made food items, and beverages, the retailer said.
Adam Manikowski, vice-president of Żabka Polska, said, "The concept of this small-surface shop confirms that Żabka, wanting to be as close to Poles as possible, can be present even in the smallest locations, accompanying customers wherever they are, throughout the day."
Some of the food items available in the store include Tomcio Paluch sandwiches, Foodini fruit and vegetable smoothies, as well as juices and lemonades.
The store also houses a Żabka Café zone, which offers a wide selection of freshly brewed coffees, including espresso, latte, and cappuccino served in biodegradable cups.
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