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Less is more: How Foodstuffs chopped product ranges after covid

Rebecca Stevenson
Wed, 06 Jan 2021

Rebecca Stevenson
Wed, 06 Jan 2021
This article has been republished. It was first published in August 2020.Foodstuffs' store owners have narrowed the range of products sold as a result of the nationwide covid-19 lockdown.Foodstuffs North Island chief executive Chris Quin told BusinessDesk the supermarket cooperative recognised it didn’t need to sell as much variety after supply chains were put under pressure for staples like toilet paper, flour and canned goods.“Roughly one-third of the products we carry make up two-thirds of the volume of what is bought. So you...

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