|E-shopping forms a tiny percentage of Poland's total retail sales, but it's growing fast|
Poles spent zł.17.5 billion on purchases made over the internet last year. This year, that amount could reach as much as zł.21 billion, Gazeta Wyborcza reported.
E-commerce in Poland is undergoing a significant surge in growth, even though internet purchases still amount to only 3.1 percent of all sales in Polish stores. Online grocery stores are experiencing the most dynamic growth.
Currently, there are 300 such stores on the Polish e-commerce market.
According to a Euromonitor International report, Poles will spend zł.450 million in online grocery stores this year.
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