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Foodstuffs Archives

New World launches new-look supermarket

New World Pukekohe aims to inspire and redefine the chain’s customer experience.

Talking shop: Brendon Lawry, Liquorland

The CEO talks about how the business has evolved over the past 40 years.

Foodstuffs partners with data insights firm to grow digital offer

UK data firm Dunnhumby to assist with data strategy and analytics.

New World relaunches e-commerce site with recipes, tips and more

Grocer seeks to inspire customers with new online platform.

Foodstuffs continues rollout of electric vehicle charging stations

Supermarket targets electric vehicle owners with more chargers.

Foodstuffs to open self-checkout-only store

Grocery retailer expands private label brand into new store concept.

Foodstuffs to allow customers to bring own containers

Supermarket chain announces new policy in bid to eliminate waste.

New competition law could target supermarket sector

PM to push new law to encourage competition within industries.

New World extends reusable bag trial

Foodstuffs expands sustainability push.

Foodstuffs workers to get big pay raise

Supermarket chain's distribution centre workers to get hefty pay raise.

Foodstuffs promotes more sustainable practices

Food operator introduces more environmental-friendly practices.

Foodstuffs to trial ‘checkout trolley’ tech

New Zealanders to be the first in the world to trial new artificial intelligence technology.

Foodstuffs moving Auckland HQ

Food operator to merge distribution centres.

Building an authentic retail brand in an age of disruption

Consumers crave physical interactions with brands now more than ever before.

Countdown bans the bag

Supermarket giant's move welcomed by industry associations.