Foodstuffs cuts prices on 110 most shopped items

Rebecca Howard
Wed, 11 May 2022

Foodstuffs cuts prices on 110 most shopped items
Foodstuffs identified items customers buy the most often. (Image: Supplied)
Rebecca Howard
Wed, 11 May 2022
Foodstuffs, the two New Zealand-owned cooperatives that operate the New World, Pak ’n’ Save, and Four Square brands, are cutting prices on 110 of the most-shopped grocery items to levels they were at in early 2021."Our customers buy more than 1.3 million of these products each week, so we then looked at the 13-week average price of these items across 25 January to 25 April last year and are dropping the prices back to those levels from Monday 16 May until 14 August 2022,” said Foodstuffs NZ managing director, Chris Quin.F...

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