Foodstuffs North Island has announced that it is marketing for sale its 4.0369ha site at 57 Kiln Street, Silverstream in Upper Hutt.
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The New World Wine Awards Champion wines are proving to be more popular than ever this year. The Champion Pinot Gris, The Luminary Martinborough Pinot Gris 2014, and the Champion Sparkling Wine, Hunter’s MiruMiruTM NV, are on the brink of selling out just ten days since the awards were announced on 28 September.
Twenty years to the month after the Wigram Air Base had its formal closure parade in 1995, a new family owned-and-operated New World supermarket is set to take off in its place, officially opening on 30 September at ‘The Landing’ development at Wigram Skies.
Among the record number of medals awarded at this year's New World Wine Awards, the unsung hero varietal this year is Riesling. Of the 47 Rieslings entered, 38 won a medal with 35 of these coming from New Zealand vineyards.
PAK’nSAVE is proud to be supporting CanTeen’s Annual Appeal which starts Sunday 13th September and runs until Monday 28th September.
PAK‘nSAVE is now open. The new store was opened by Waimakariri District Mayor, David Ayers, who had been a strong supporter of PAK’nSAVE coming to Rangiora.
We are pleased to confirm the Foodstuffs Fresh Grocery Expo will be held on 6 and 7 April 2016 at ASB Showgrounds, Greenlane, Auckland.
Nineteen New World and PAK’nSAVE stores throughout the country have been trialling a great piece of Kiwi ingenuity, a recyclable plastic meat tray, meaning the environmentally unfriendly polystyrene tray, which is commonly seen across supermarkets, days are well and truly numbered.
It’s taken four and a half years but Wainoni residents will now have the opportunity to do their shopping in a brand new supermarket with the new PAK’nSAVE Wainoni opening on Wednesday 19 August 2015.
Foodstuffs North Island Ltd has today announced that PAK’nSAVE is coming to Clendon shopping centre.
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