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Can you do online food shopping in Poland? Supermarkets.

pudddddin 7 | 48
8 Sep 2009 #1
... like at tesco or something?

jonni 16 | 2,482
8 Sep 2009 #2
I don't know about Tesco, but there are several companies here in Warsaw who do online orders and then deliver.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,177
8 Sep 2009 #3
... like at tesco or something?

Pah, you should ask the expert, me, first ;)

Piotr i Paweł do delivery...but why, don't you think your car is big enough to carry all the shopping? ;)
magdalenaG 2 | 67
8 Sep 2009 #4
Online shopping at is pretty good . ( Warsaw only I think ..)
OP pudddddin 7 | 48
10 Sep 2009 #5
I live in Poznan! Usually I get the bus, I have recently got a Maluch... which is the worst evil?? haha!!
dnz 17 | 710
11 Sep 2009 #6
Nothing wrong with the Maluch :(
delphiandomine 88 | 18,177
12 Sep 2009 #7
you finally learnt the proper spelling :D
Seanus 15 | 19,674
12 Sep 2009 #8
What if you only order a grape, what then? ;) ;)
convex 20 | 3,930
16 Dec 2009 #9
alma delivers too
ender 5 | 398
2 Jan 2010 #10
wildrover 98 | 4,441
2 Jan 2010 #11
Nothing wrong with the Maluch

Is yours fixed then...?
pawian 222 | 23,657
3 Sep 2012 #12
Can you do online food shopping in Poland?

Eneekay - | 2
24 Mar 2013 #13
[Moved from]: Online Food Delivery, Poznan

Hello! Does anybody know if there is a website where I can order take away food online, in Poznan?
Monitor 14 | 1,818
25 Mar 2013 #14
fast try in google:
Eneekay - | 2
15 Apr 2013 #15
Amazing! Thanks a lot!
5 Sep 2013 #16
If you live in Tarnow you can get your groceries delivered the same day through
They also accept orders from the rest of of the country and those are shipped and delivered next day or later (depending on a carrier choice)
14 Jan 2015 #17
Tesco, but there are several companies

You can order via
Send e-mail with your enquiry. They can send wherever you want.
You can also call at +48 534 171 111, Butt Sausage, Ham, Bacon with high quality delivery to yours door.
I deeply recommend
Dougpol1 31 | 2,640
14 Jan 2015 #18

Best value too. Only snobs shop at Alma for every day stuff. Tesco does a 5 zl delivery above a certain buy.
pigsy 7 | 305
14 Jan 2015 #19
Only snobs shop at Alma for every day stuff

why would you call them snobs?They have quality products and a bit expensive because you get what you pay for .
Dougpol1 31 | 2,640
14 Jan 2015 #20
Well Pigsy - for luxury or quality products - sure - they clearly have a good business model there. But people buy over-priced stuff which is available elsewhere for much cheaper. I guess the Tri-City is a good case in point. The big supermarkets have been frozen out of the centres and the old folks have to shop in such places. It's the old case of convenience shopping come back - I'm a fan of Dame Porter and the Tesco's revolution myself - it's a pity that Tescos Poland sells crap of course - so you are right - Alma are filling a niche.

I just don't like them for some reason. I can smell the pretentiousness - maybe it's the green decor et al. The U2 of the grocery business. Plastic and "cool". I grudgingly admire them, but only shop there for special one off luxury items.

PS Their British "cheese" costs an arm and a leg and would not be featured in the Monty Python gag - because it has never seen a

30 Jun 2015 #21
Good Day/Evening ~
I am trying to find a supermarket site that will show their prices. We are interested in moving to Poland ( my husband's & my father's birthplace).

The dollar is = to 3.75 zloty. However how many zloty's are needed to buy a gallon of milk ?
thanks I advance for any information you can share with us. :)
Atch 23 | 4,045
30 Jun 2015 #22
Hi Willow. Tesco Poland have an online shopping facility where you can see prices. When I lived in Warsaw to get the best value for money I did my shopping in three different supermarkets and the local 'farmers' market. My locals were Lidl, Real and Alma. Lidl is very cheap but you have to be selective about what you buy there, Real about average and Alma quite pricey but they have lovely speciality foods and fresh breads, cakes etc. Local market tends to best for cheap, reasonable quality fresh fruit, veg, bread, fish, eggs their meat is ok too but the health and safety practises can leave something to be desired!
Willow - | 1
30 Jun 2015 #23
Thank you Atch !
I am now going to spend some time on the site.
I did have to reconfigure currency as they use the GBP not Zloty.
It seems some prices are the same as here in New York !
And other items are way less expensive. This will take a bit of time to average out. shopping :) perhaps a farm ?? a home not in the city ??
research, research, research, :).
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1,098
30 Jun 2015 #24
In gallons we buy only Prestone 50/50 Prediluted Antifreeze and it costs 22zl ;)

1Litre of milk costs about 2.50zł
Atch 23 | 4,045
30 Jun 2015 #25
I did have to reconfigure currency as they use the GBP not Zloty.

Willow you need to visit the site. That has prices in złoty. And yes food can be surprisingly expensive in the big cities anyway. My weekly shopping bill would cost only about 25% less at Tesco in Warsaw than at it does at Tesco in Ireland.
1 Jul 2015 #26
25% less? Thats fantastic. my shopping bill is only about 10 % less than Id spend in the UK. The gap or discount would increase in my favor of course if my basket had lots of vodka and beers. Moreover, prices are way higher by comparosin than I'm used to in the UK when considering how low Polish incomes are typically reported in the press.
Dougpol1 31 | 2,640
1 Jul 2015 #27
Just had a look in Alma again. Ridiculous prices. Haven't got a clue why people shop there. Some of them are older and deffo poorer than me :)
Atch 23 | 4,045
1 Jul 2015 #28
Alma are definitely very pricey. I would shop there for 'treats' rather than regular weekly shopping but last time I was there which was summer of 2013 I noticed that some of their prices were no worse than Real.
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1,098
2 Jul 2015 #29
Tesco in PL has ridiculous prices and their management is stubborn like a donkeys. Their discount prices are equal regular prices elsewhere. Do they think that people are stupid? They should visit Carrefour for training how to run a business.
InPolska 10 | 1,818
2 Jul 2015 #30
Besides buying fresh fish once in a while at Tesco, I now don't buy anything else there. Over the years, Tesco has gone downhill and now most of their products are pure s... and the customers I see there are really "low class". Carrefour is much better but I prefer Leclerc. I go to that one near Al. Jerozolimskie which has the advantage of never having huge lines thanks to the Biedronka store just opposite - most people shop at Biedronka ;). I went a few times to Auchan and was not impressed. Real is cheap and sh...ty. I'm talking about stores of the same category.

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