Biedronka for the Common Good was the motto of its presence at the Karpacz Economic Forum, in September, highlighting its deep commitment to social and environmental engagement. Ukraine could only be a permanent backdrop and a common topic of discussion.
A place of help and hope. Collective action was needed to guarantee a fast and effective way to help refugees fleeing the war. Biedronka teamed with its partners to ensure that those in need were receiving proper assistance.
In the essence of Biedronka, value is a combination of proximity, quality assortment, fresh products and lowest prices. This determination is very much alive behind its initiatives to mitigate the impact of the 2022 inflation on Polish consumers.
Set up in 2001, Szlachetna Paczka (the Noble Gift) is one of the most recognizable social projects in Poland. Arkadiusz Mierzwa, Corporate Communications and Sustainability Director of Biedronka, recounts the story of their partnership and its impact on the future of families in need.
Pleasure. Newness. Variety. This is what Poles value most about food. But 25 years ago, things were a bit different. Research commissioned by Biedronka highlights the main changes in dietary habits in Poland and their impact on the health of Polish society.
Biedronka turns 25 and the anniversary was highlighted with a book on the history of the largest retail company in Poland. The author, journalist Łukasz Grass, takes us behind the scenes in this interview conducted by Biedronka’s Head of Corporate Affairs, Arkadiusz Mierzwa.
In this difficult time, Biedronka invited small producers struggling to ensure the sustainability of their businesses to put their products on the shelves of the company stores. The campaign targeted those who had so far operated on the regional market.
Strong leaders never stop challenging themselves. And the newest Biedronka store raises the bar again. Electric car charging terminals and bike sharing stations welcome store visitors with a firm environmental statement. After all, this is the greenest and freshest Biedronka store yet.
Behind the magic hands of the Polish grandmother is a secret none will dare to unveil. What if her delicious consommé was store-bought? To celebrate the 3rd anniversary of our Polish soup factory, we invited chef Kuba Kuron to cook three beloved Biedronka recipes.