Foodstuffs North Island Ltd has decided to replace its New World store in Clendon with a bigger Pak ’n Save supermarket.
Published 8 November 2011 Foodstuffs NZ Ltd has incorporated a free public wi-fi café in the New World Northwood supermarket in Christchurch. Supermarket owner Kathy Frampton said yesterday it was a pilot scheme for Foodstuffs’ network of 450 New World, Four Square & Pak ‘n’ Save stores: “We decided to offer this service in […]
Published 27 April 2011 Foodstuffs (Auckland) Ltd said yesterday a new Four Square store at Coopers Beach had been granted resource consent and construction would start soon. Property development general manager Angela Bull said the 630m² store would be just across from the existing one on Coopers Drive. It should open by the end of […]
Published 20 October 2010 Foodstuffs (Auckland) Ltd opens its Te Awamutu Pak n’ Save supermarket on Wednesday 27 October after a long battle with competitor Progressive Enterprises Ltd over its consent. The Waipa District Council approved the plan change required for the supermarket in 2006. Progressive Enterprises subsidiary General Distributors Ltd appealed that in 2007, […]
Published 30 September 2009 Waitakere deputy mayor Penny Hulse officially opened the New World New Lynn supermarket yesterday. The 3210m² supermarket at 5-7 Clark St, on the corner of Crown Lynn Place opposite the old cinema complex, has 194 parking spaces. Owner Lance Gerlach previously owned New World Green Bay, which has a new […]
Published 9 September 2009 Foodstuffs (Auckland) Ltd lodged its resource consent application yesterday for the Pak N’ Save in Te Awamutu – a small but significant step in a battle with competitor Progressive Enterprises Ltd, which has steadfastly opposed the new store at every step. Foodstuffs (Auckland) general manager for property strategy, Angela Bull, […]