|Founder||Jerónimo Martins Group, Mariusz Świtalski|
|Headquarters||ul. Żniwna 5, Kostrzyn, Poland|
Number of locations
|2,823 (2017) |
|Pedro de Castro Soares|
|Products||Discount store, supermarket|
|Revenue||€11.2 billion (2017) |
Biedronka is the largest supermarket chain in Poland with 2,823 stores in 2017  and 55,000 employees (2015). It is owned by the Portuguese company Jerónimo Martins. The supermarket chain's name translates as "ladybug", with a cartoon ladybug as the company's logo.
Biedronka sells mainly local (Polish) products, many of which are manufactured under the company's own label. It is one of the most popular supermarket chains in Poland and is targeted at lower-income customers. It also sells some Portuguese-made products, mostly wine.
A Biedronka store in Piecki
A Biedronka store in Stronie Śląskie
A Biedronka store in Ruda Śląska
Inside a Biedronka store in Białystok
Biedronka's truck during unloading, Tomaszów Mazowiecki
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