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New World

New World Archives

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.
Photo of New World facade

New World holds 17th annual Wine Awards

Supermarket holds competition to find the best, most affordable wines.

Foodstuffs promotes more sustainable practices

Food operator introduces more environmental-friendly practices.

New World becomes latest retailer to go bag free

Supermarket chain follows Countdown's commitment.

Countdown bans the bag

Supermarket giant's move welcomed by industry associations.

BNZ launches Android Pay

Contactless payment solution arrives in New Zealand.

Pak ‘n Save named cheapest store

Consumer NZ’s supermarket survey shines light on “specials”.

Major retailers rethink gift card expiries

Major retailers drop 12-month expiry dates on gift cards in response to Consumer NZ campaign.

Foodstuffs NZ invests $200 million on expansion

Foodstuffs NZ to invest NZ$200 million on new stores and refurbishments this year.

Foodstuffs to partner with Air NZ Airpoints

Grocery and liquor retailer to join forces with Airpoints scheme to fuel growth.

Foodstuffs’ Write Price store in Wairoa to close

Write Price store in Wairoa to close after 29 years in business.

Supermarket trolley danger warnings issued

Supermarket trolley danger has come under the spotlight after figures reveal more than 400 youngsters were injured in fa...

Countdown claims credit for falling food prices

Supermarket giant Countdown has claimed credit for New Zealand’s falling food prices.

Protest at Westfield Mall

Store owner refuses to settle collective agreement with workers.