Topaz (convenience store)

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Limited liability company
FounderZbigniew Paczóski
Number of employees

Topaz is a Polish supermarket Eastern Poland. The company was founded in 1993, by Zbigniew Paczóski, the head office is located in Sokołów Podlaski.[1][2][3]


Initially, the company operated from one shop (originally in a converted garage) by the owner, in which he supplied the local residents with basic food and industry products. With time, more stores began to appear.

Topaz Express[edit]

In May 2009, the network introduced a new sales style - Topaz Express franchise stores.


Currently, the network consists of 45 retail outlets in 20 towns and around 30 Topaz Express franchise outlets, a company's confectionery and 2 fuel stations.


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