Foodstuffs North Island Limited announces the refurbishment of PAK’nSAVE Pukekohe in late June

Auckland, New Zealand, 2016-Feb-18 — /EPR Retail News/ — Foodstuffs North Island Limited is pleased to announce the refurbishment of PAK’nSAVE Pukekohe, on the corner of Queen and Harris Streets, Pukekohe. The refurbishment is due to commence on site in late June.

Foodstuffs North Island Limited is pleased to announce the refurbishment of PAK’nSAVE Pukekohe, on the corner of Queen and Harris Streets, Pukekohe. The refurbishment is due to commence on site in late June.

“The refurbishment of PAK’nSAVE Pukekohe is a very exciting project for us,” says Angela Bull, Foodstuffs North Island General Manager Property Development. “The renovation will enhance the customer’s experience as we modernise the store exterior and give the store interior a refresh, so that customers will really see the difference as they enter the store. The refurbishment ensures our customers get a modern grocery shopping experience with the PAK’nSAVE pricing our customers expect.”

PAK’nSAVE Pukekohe will be open throughout the refurbishment and PAK’nSAVE staff will make sure customers can do all their shopping in a safe and convenient environment.

Nigel Ollett, owner operator of PAK’nSAVE Pukekohe, is excited about the new look store. “I’m really looking forward to giving the store a facelift so that we continue to provide our customers with a PAK’nSAVE that meets their shopping needs.”

SOURCE: FOODSTUFFS NEW ZEALAND

Foodstuffs Own Brands Ltd
Address:
95 May Road, Mt Roskill, Auckland 1041
PO Box 27-480, Mt Roskill, Auckland 1440
DX Box CX 15021, Mt Roskill, Auckland 1440
Phone: +64 9 621 0508
Fax: +64 9 621 0987

Foodstuffs North Island to open brand new New World Milford store in April 2016

Auckland, New Zealand, 2015-12-15 — /EPR Retail News/ —Foodstuffs North Island has today announced that the replacement New World Milford will open in April 2016.  The brand new store is currently under construction on Kitchener Road, Milford, after the old store was demolished in March 2015.

“We had originally intended for New World Milford to open just in time for Christmas 2015,” says Angela Bull, Foodstuffs North Island General Manager, Property Development “but we have encountered some site issues which means unfortunately we are now not able to open the store until April 2016.”

“While we are disappointed about the delay, we think the result when the new store opens will be well worth it.  New World Milford will have 40% more retail space than the old store with a fantastic fresh food offer and plenty of space and natural light.  We would like to thank our customers and the community for being so patient and supportive as we build the new store and we look forward to welcoming our customers when the doors to New World Milford open in April.”

SOURCE: FOODSTUFFS NEW ZEALAND

Foodstuffs Own Brands Ltd
Address:
95 May Road, Mt Roskill, Auckland 1041
PO Box 27-480, Mt Roskill, Auckland 1440
DX Box CX 15021, Mt Roskill, Auckland 1440
Phone: +64 9 621 0508
Fax: +64 9 621 0987

New Zealand: Foodstuffs North Island Limited to upgrade New World Pahiatua

Foodstuffs North Island Limited is excited to announce that they will soon be starting work to upgrade New World Pahiatua.

AUCKLAND, New Zealand, 2015-11-9 — /EPR Retail News/ — “The planned upgrade of New World Pahiatua includes seismic strengthening work to the building to achieve an A grade earthquake rating and also a facelift to the exterior and interior of the New World.” says Angela Bull, Foodstuffs North Island General Manager Property Development. “The work also includes improvements to the car park and access to the New World and a more modern and brighter store for our customers.”

The first stage of the work will involve demolition of the vacant buildings next to the New World. This demolition work will allow contractors full access to the New World exterior walls which are currently rated a D grade, and to strengthen them up to an A grade Earthquake rating.

New World Owners Jason and Rachel Griggs are excited about this project and the investment that Foodstuffs is making in the building. “We want to thank the community in advance for their patience and understanding as we carry out this important construction work”, says Jason and Rachel.

“During the demolition and earthquake strengthening project we will do everything we can so that there is very little impact or disruption on our customers’ normal shopping experience. Customers will be able to purchase all of their Christmas requirements in the main store, and we have also added a small room to the rear of the store so that locals can continue to order Gift Baskets. Our customers should just email their requirements to nwpahiatua@foodstuffs.co.nz, or ask at the checkouts to speak with Terry who has been creating amazing gift baskets for New World over the past 10 years.”

Final details of the interior refresh are still under planning stages but the exterior plan has been completed and will add a smart modern look to the main street. Tenders have now been submitted for the project and several local businesses have secured work on this development.
Work on the upgrade to New World Pahiatua will start in mid-November 2015. During this time the store will remain open, and staff will make sure customers can do all their shopping in a safe and convenient environment.

Foodstuffs North Island Support Centre (Auckland)
Address:
60 Roma Road, Mt Roskill, Auckland 1041
PO Box 27-480, Mt Roskill, Auckland 1440
DX Box CX 15021, Mt Roskill, Auckland 1440
Phone: +64 9 621 0600
Fax: +64 9 621 0601

SOURCE: FOODSTUFFS NEW ZEALAND

Foodstuffs New Zealand: construction of the new New World in Te Kuiti set to start on 19 October 2015

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND, 2015-10-16 — /EPR Retail News/ —  Foodstuffs North Island Ltd is pleased to announce that construction of the new New World in Te Kuiti is set to start on 19 October 2015.

“It is very exciting for us to start construction of the new store,” says Angela Bull, General Manager Property Development, Foodstuffs North Island Ltd. “The current New World in Te Kuiti has served the local community incredibly well for over 50 years but it is now time for a new store. The new store will be of the latest building design, with plenty of natural light, a great fresh food offer and in a convenient location for the community.”

Mark Brittenden, the owner-operator of New World Te Kuiti is looking forward to opening the new store, and providing the community with an even better food and grocery offer.

“The new supermarket will be a great store,” says Mark Brittenden. “The community have been so supportive and patient as we have worked through the design and details of the new store. The team and I can’t wait to bring a new, modern fresh food and grocery offer to Te Kuiti with all the great service you expect from New World.”

The new New World is located at 41-43 Rora Street and will be 2,470m2 in size. The new store will provide 141 car parks and is expected to open in the third quarter of 2016.

SOURCE: FOODSTUFFS

Foodstuffs North Island Ltd announces that PAK’nSAVE is coming to Clendon shopping centre

Foodstuffs North Island Ltd has today announced that PAK’nSAVE is coming to Clendon shopping centre. 

NEW ZEALAND, 2015-8-17— /EPR Retail News/ — “Since 1984 New World Clendon has been a great supermarket for our customers and the community, but after more than 30 years it’s time for a complete makeover,” says Angela Bull, General Manager Property Development Foodstuffs North Island. “We have had a good look at the store and seen there’s a great opportunity for PAK’nSAVE to come to Clendon to best meet our customers’ needs.”

“We are very pleased to confirm that New World Clendon is set to undergo some major changes and become PAK’nSAVE Clendon.”

The conversion from New World to PAK’nSAVE will happen in stages and the store will stay open throughout the construction. It’s expected that construction of the first stage of the new PAK’nSAVE will start in mid 2016.

“We are really excited to bring PAK’nSAVE to the Clendon shopping centre and the community. The store will be big, bright and modern, with all the low prices you expect to see at PAK’nSAVE,” says Bull. “In the meantime it’s business as usual at New World Clendon and we look forward to seeing our customers and keeping them updated on our progress.”

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Foodstuffs North Island Ltd announces that PAK’nSAVE is coming to Clendon shopping centre

Foodstuffs North Island Ltd announces that PAK’nSAVE is coming to Clendon shopping centre

New Zealand: Four Square opens store in Coromandel

North Island, New Zealand, 2015-6-11 — /EPR Retail News/ — The new Four Square Coromandel store is completing its finishing touches, as the eagerly anticipated store gets ready to open on Tuesday 9 June at 8.15am.

“We are thrilled to open a bigger, and better Four Square in Coromandel,” says Angela Bull, Foodstuffs North Island Ltd, General Manager Property Development. “We have been part of the Coromandel community for over 30 years and are delighted to have invested in the town with a Four Square the community can be proud of. We look forward to the store meeting all of our customers’ fresh food and grocery needs in a modern, easy to shop and convenient environment.”

Peter and Lesley Pritchard, owner-operators of Four Square Coromandel are looking forward to opening the new supermarket.

“We can’t wait to open the doors to our new store and bring Coromandel a brand new Four Square. We’ve loved being a part of the Coromandel community during our 12 years at the Kapanga Road store and the new Four Square will be a fantastic addition to the town. It has been a long wait and we would like to thank our customers for their support and patience. We’ll have plenty of car parking and easy access, with wider aisles, a greater range of fresh food and everyday products, and all the convenience and personal service our customers enjoy while shopping at Four Square,” says Peter Pritchard.
The new supermarket will employ 30 staff, creating six new jobs in the community.

The supermarket, located at 50 Wharf Road in Coromandel, will be officially opened on Tuesday 9 June at 8.15am by Scott Simpson, MP for Coromandel. Members of the public are welcome to attend the opening and be amongst the first people to shop at Four Square Coromandel.

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New Zealand: Four Square opens store in Coromandel

New Zealand: Four Square opens store in Coromandel

New Zealand: New World Browns Bay to open on Tuesday 17 March at 8.15am

The team at New World Browns Bay are completing the finishing touches, as the eagerly anticipated replacement supermarket gets ready to open on Tuesday 17 March at 8.15am.

Auckland, New Zealand, 2015-3-9 — /EPR Retail News/ — “We are thrilled to bring a brand new New World offering to Browns Bay,” says Angela Bull, Foodstuffs North Island General Manager, Property Development. “We have been part of the Browns Bay community for 43 years and have had incredible support and interest right from when our plans to build a replacement store were first announced. We are so excited to be able to open the doors to the 2,610sqm modern New World for our customers to enjoy. With 81 car parks, and access from both Anzac and Inverness Roads, the supermarket will allow our customers to do all their fresh food and grocery shopping in a modern and convenient environment.”

Garry Christini, owner-operator of New World Browns Bay is looking forward to opening the new supermarket.

“I can’t wait to open the doors to our new store and bring Browns Bay a brand new New World experience; giving our customers better supermarket choice and competition. I’ve loved getting to know the Browns Bay community through the Bute Road store and this is a great investment in the community. The store looks fantastic, with plenty of car parking and easy access. We’ll have plenty of natural light, with wide aisles, a greater range of fresh food and grocery products, and all the great prices and personal service our customers enjoy while shopping at New World,” says Christini.

The new supermarket will employ 130 staff, creating 70 new jobs in the community.

The supermarket, located at 21-23 Anzac Road in Browns Bay, will be officially opened on Tuesday 17 March 2015 at 8.15am by the Hon Murray McCully, MP for East Coast Bays. Members of the public are welcome to attend the opening and be amongst the first people to shop at New World Browns Bay.

CONTACT DETAILS
Foodstuffs North Island Support Centre (Auckland)
Address:
60 Roma Road, Mt Roskill, Auckland 1041
PO Box 27-480, Mt Roskill, Auckland 1440
DX Box CX 15021, Mt Roskill, Auckland 1440
Phone: +64 9 621 0600
Fax: +64 9 621 0601

PAK’nSAVE Westgate to open on 4 November

PAK’nSAVE Westgate is completing its finishing touches, as the eagerly anticipated supermarket gets ready to open on Tuesday 4 November at 8.15 am.  

Whakatane, New Zealand, 2014-10-28— /EPR Retail News/ — The store is situated at the traffic lights of Westgate’s Fred Taylor Drive and Rua Road, which is conveniently located for both the local community and for those passing through the area.

“We are delighted to bring PAK’nSAVE to Westgate,” says Angela Bull, Foodstuffs North Island General Manager, Property Development.  “We have had incredible support and interest from the Westgate community right from when PAK’nSAVE was first announced, and we are excited to be able to open the doors to our modern PAK’nSAVE for our customers to enjoy.  With 270 underground car parks there is ample space for all and easy access to the store undercover.”

Lance Gerlach, owner-operator of PAK’nSAVE Westgate is thrilled to open the new flagship supermarket.

“I can’t wait to open the doors to our new store and it’s great that we can bring PAK’nSAVE’s policy of New Zealand’s lowest prices to the Westgate community.  The store is in a great location, easily accessed from all directions and has plenty of car parks.  We have a fresh bakery, butchery, deli and seafood counter plus a large range of fresh food and grocery products, along with the same great prices and personal service our customers enjoy at PAK’nSAVE,” says Gerlach.

The new 6,025sqm supermarket will create 180 new jobs in the community; have 18 checkouts and a fuel outlet on site.

The supermarket, located at 17 Fred Taylor Drive in Westgate, will be officially opened on Tuesday 4 November 2014 at 8.15am by Deputy Mayor Penny Hulse.  Members of the public are welcome to attend the opening and be amongst the first people to shop at the brand new PAK’nSAVE Westgate.

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Foodstuffs North Island Limited lodged resource consent application for PAK’nSAVE at Tamatea replacement

North Island, New Zealand, 2014-9-30— /EPR Retail News/ — Foodstuffs North Island Limited is pleased to announce that it has lodged a resource consent application for a replacement PAK’nSAVE at Tamatea, located in the heart of the Tamatea community on the roundabout of Durham and Leicester Avenues.

“This revised scheme for a replacement PAK’nSAVE at Tamatea will bring a lighter, brighter and better PAK’nSAVE shopping experience for our customers,” says Foodstuffs North Island Limited General Manager Property Development, Angela Bull.  “We have taken the opportunity to tweak the design of the store to introduce plenty of natural light, wider aisles and a more spacious retail environment, plus plenty of car parking.  The modern, new look store means that we can provide an improved offer, while still ensuring our policy of delivering New Zealand’s lowest grocery prices which our customers expect from PAK’nSAVE. Additional retail stores are also proposed, so that Tamatea shopping centre remains the hub of the community.”

Subject to receiving resource consent, it is anticipated that work will start in mid-2015. The current store will be open while the new store is constructed alongside, and customers will be able to watch and follow the progress as the new store takes shape.  There will be plenty of car parking and the PAK’nSAVE staff will make sure customers can do all their shopping in a safe and convenient environment.

Roger Davis, Andrew Graney and Darren Turley, the owner operators of PAK’nSAVE Tamatea, are thrilled about the new store.  “The new store is an exciting new opportunity for us and a great investment for the community. We are really looking forward to modernising our store and providing our customers with a bigger and brighter shopping experience; with wide aisles, lots of great fresh food and grocery products, and all the personal service our customers enjoy.”

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Foodstuffs North Island Limited lodged resource consent application for PAK’nSAVE at Tamatea replacement

Foodstuffs North Island Limited lodged resource consent application for PAK’nSAVE at Tamatea replacement

New Zealand: Foodstuffs North Island Limited to refurbish New World Orewa located at Moana Ave, Orewa

Orewa, New Zealand, 2014-9-16— /EPR Retail News/ — Foodstuffs North Island Limited is pleased to announce that it has lodged an application for resource consent to refurbish New World Orewa, located at Moana Ave, Orewa.

“The proposed refurbishment of New World Orewa will bring a lighter, brighter and better New World shopping experience for our customers,” says Angela Bull, General Manager Property Development, Foodstuffs North Island Limited. “The refurbishment will introduce plenty of natural light, wider aisles and a more spacious retail environment, plus plenty of car parking. The new look store means that we can provide an improved offer, with the great service, prices and range our customers expect from New World.”

As well as works inside the store, the car park will be expanded and its layout improved.

Subject to receiving resource consent, it is anticipated that work will start in the second quarter of 2015. The store will be open during the refurbishment and customers will be able to follow the progress as the new store takes shape.  There will be plenty of car parking and the New World staff will make sure customers can do all their shopping in a safe and convenient environment.

Catherine Versalko-West, the new owner operator of New World Orewa, is excited about the new look store. “I’m delighted to be in Orewa. I am really looking forward to providing our customers with a bigger and brighter store, with wide aisles, lots of exciting fresh food and grocery products, and all the great personal service our customers enjoy.”

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