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Penny Market is part of the German REWE group, which operates not only in Hungary, but also in the following countries: Germany, Italy, Romania and the Czech Republic. Their very first store in Hungary was opened in Szentes on June 6, 1996, and they currently have 218 stores operating nationwide. The Penny Market in Hungary, this has been one of the longest in the discount network. They offer about 2,000 different products, which are constantly supplemented with seasonal products.

Their product range includes everyday foods and is seasonally supplemented with kitchen equipment, household utensils and pet accessories. Most of their products, almost two thirds (800 products) are procured from Hungarian suppliers. Product palettes and special offers can be viewed in Penny’s discount newspapers. 

They also pay due attention to meeting the needs of customers with food intolerances. Thus, shoppers following a special diet can also find a wide range of gluten-free and lactose-free products. Exempt products consist of the following products, among others: flours, dairy products, pastries. 


In the Penny newspaper, free products are given a special page to make them easier for the buyer to find, the products are made even more attractive by Penny promotions, in which case those interested can buy these products even at half price. The discount chain offers a number of award-winning private label products. My brands that the customer can't find elsewhere are: Karat, Spearman, Gold basket, Sissy, Wippy, Gustoso, Gran Mare, Selection.


You can find private label products in Penny discount newspapers, keep track of promotions so you don’t miss out on falling prices! The initiative is called “Girbe-gurba”. Non-first-class but high-quality vegetables and fruits can be purchased on store shelves from April. The company pays attention to environmental sustainability, offering biodegradable shopping bags to customers instead of the usual plastic. Their weekly promotional newspapers are printed only on paper from responsibly managed forests. Penny was the very first chain of stores in Hungary to sell newspapers and medicines.

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