Mr. Porky crispy strips?
Pork Scratchings? There are plenty of brands (most of them unknown pub ones). I've never seen any in Dealz.
I suspect that most of the stuff didn't sell very well with Poles in rural areas,
It flies off the shelves here in Warsaw, however their range is an odd one; heavy on confectionary (a lot of it Ukrainian), a few breakfast things that Americans buy but Brits and Poles don't and brands of tea that most supermarkets sell.
What puzzles me is the various brands of Poland's national dish, instant ramen. They sell ones with unusual Japanese flavours that I see people pouring over but not buying. It all tastes the same to me As you say, Poles tend to buy crisps there, which are better than the local brands and are unfamiliar to me. Probably specially made for that chain. They do sell liquorice allsorts, unbranded but made in Pontefract (so genuine). A lot of Haribo sweets of the type that are popular here, though cheaper because of the way the chain buys in bulk from the Pontefract factory.
So here you are still moaning that Poland doesn't keep your cupboard well-stocked
Don't be so stupid and trollish. Why the hell shouldn't people discuss what's in the shops here in Poland? If you ever visit, you'll be able to see for yourself what there is and isn't in the shops, instead of trolling a discussion about a Polish shop chain that you've never heard of.