The Honourable Judith Collins has today announced that the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) will be providing funding to support Foodstuffs trial of electric delivery vans across its New World and PAK’nSAVE supermarkets in 2017.
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New World Hutt City re-opens at 1pm Tuesday 20 December, 2016 and will be operating as usual with great products and awesome service. The Williams family want to say thanks to patient customers and fantastic staff
Models – PAK’nSAVE style – worked the concrete catwalk at PAK’nSAVE Wairau Road today, clutching the latest seasonal fashion essential — a designer ‘Hambag’ created by New Zealand artist Otis Frizzell.
It’s one of the fastest-growing parts of the country, and now it has a new supermarket too, with the newly-built New World Papakura set to open its doors next week.
We would like to advise customers that outside of the affected area’s all New World, PAK’nSAVE and Four Square stores are open and operational as normal. Stores have plenty of product on the shelf and it is business as usual – we encourage customers to shop as normal which will help ensure the business can focus on the affected areas and helping stores that are currently closed clean up and re-open.
For some time now Foodstuffs has had works planned at New World Porirua to rectify ground issues created by last year’s floods. The planned works for the lower car park are scheduled for January 2017 and will be carried out by Hawkins Construction.
New World Hutt City is currently closed due to the possible demolition of a neighbouring building at the Queensgate Mall.
After four years of planning and a year of construction, Napier’s newest supermarket is about to open its doors, bringing shoppers a better supermarket experience and even greater savings.
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