Satisfying demand for sauerkraut, dumplings and other eastern European delicacies has kept Dimark growing. The London company specialises in importing Polish foods, with a range of more than 2,000 products, and it also stocks Lithuanian, Greek, Turkish and Romanian specialties. Founded in 2003 by director Ali Caktu, the company supplies small stores across Britain, from corner shops to small supermarket chains such as Nisa Local. Having official British distributor status with many of its brands has helped sales grow 81% a year from £862,000 in 2005 to £5.1m in 2008.
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