Polish food retailer Karolina Shop has officially announced that” they are closing their all stores of Northern Ireland’. Karolina International Foods Ltd established its first store in 2008 and made a large chain of stores, with total stores across the province stocking over 3,500 Polish products.
Karolina announced that all Karolina stores had been sold or shut. He told this news on Facebook. They thanked all their consumers, contractors and workers for cooperating with them for 13 years, as well as the many adventures we’ve shared throughout the years.
They added if any customer and any other person have any query about the function of stores and availability of interests and assistance, please direct to the staff at place in shops.
“We wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2022!”
Although the company didn’t mention any reason for the closure, the main reason was the company is facing hustles in importing and exporting the products to Northern Ireland and massive competition from supermarkets stocking polish and European foods.
On Facebook, the company claimed to have over 12,000 regular customers in Northern Ireland, as well as 84 “qualified and well-trained personnel in this area who work for our company’s success.”
They posted, “their staff well experienced in the food industry from past many years and long work experience in our company”. This applies to bakers or butchers and drivers, workers, and store service employees.
“The firm has committed huge economic resources in the development of Karolina shop outlets during the previous two years.”
“The stores were updated, and the locations were changed so that all stores were large, comfortable, and of the same standard.”
They added that they expected to expand their business in the cities of Northern Ireland and across the world hopefully.
The leading company website has now been disabled, and nothing new they will post on their Facebook page in the future.