The Dino store network retracts battery cage eggs (“class 3 eggs”) from sale
Dino Polska has decided to retract eggs hatched by hens housed in battery cages from the Dino store market. The eggs offered by Dino stores will increasingly come from free-ranging hens. The final deadline of, and the pace for, implementing these changes will hinge on the expectations of the Dino network’s clients and the egg producers’ ability to meet them. Nevertheless, Dino Polska declares that it will complete the process of retracting battery cage eggs no later than by 2025.
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Dino is a Polish network consisting of medium-sized grocery supermarkets located close to clients’ places of residence that is one of the fastest growing networks on the overall retail grocery market in Poland. Dino’s network consists of 977 stores (data as at 31 December 2018) primarily located in western Poland.
The Dino Group’s business model combines the advantages of the medium-sized supermarket format situated in convenient locations for customers with the ability to open new stores quickly and an attractive product range, comprising primarily branded and fresh products at competitive prices.
Dino stores offer their customers approx. 5,000 stock keeping units (SKUs), mostly well-known branded products and fresh products. The Dino Group offers its key products at prices similar to the largest grocery retail networks in Poland. Every Dino store has a fresh meat counter with customer service staff. The Agro-Rydzyna meat processing plant supplies high quality meat and cold cuts.
The Dino Group’s logistics network consists of four distribution centers located in Krotoszyn, Jastrowie, Piotrków Trybunalski and Rzeszotary. Its geographic range makes it possible to deliver fresh products to all of the stores in Dino’s network every day of the week.
At the end of 2018, the Dino Group had 16.5 thousand employees.
The Company has been listed on the main floor of the Warsaw Stock Exchange since April 2017. Dino Polska S.A. is majority-owned by Polish capital.