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Coles opens ‘tailor made’ store for St Kilda locals

Coles has opened its new Coles Local in St Kilda, Victoria. According to the retailer, the new store features a “living herb wall”, the largest range of vegan and vegetarian products in the country, a pick-and-mix bar just for dogs, and a pineapple coring machine. It is also home to …

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BP and David Jones open first store

BP Bayside in the southern suburbs of Melbourne is the first BP site to open in collaboration with David Jones Food. Located on the corner of North Road and Nepean Highway, BP Bayside offers more than 300 products. This includes food-for-now and food-for-later options, fresh pre-prepared meals and long-life groceries. …

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Caltex and Woolies set out to redefine convenience

Caltex Australia and Woolworths have launched the first Caltex Woolworths Metro store in the Sydney suburb of North Ryde. Owned and operated by Caltex, the new store is said to set a new benchmark of convenience for Australians looking to fill up and meet their convenience shopping needs when on …

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New service to save Coles customers on home delivery

Customers will be able to save hundreds of dollars each year, says Coles, by signing up to the retailer’s new Delivery Plus service. According to Coles, the subscription-based service allows customers to pay a flat monthly fee to receive unlimited home delivery orders throughout their subscription period. When customers first …

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Coles helps customers decide what’s for dinner

Coles customers have been treated with a “mealtime makeover” with the supermarket launching new meal plans today. As part of Coles’ strategy to sustainably feed all Australians and help them lead healthier and happier lives, ‘What’s for Dinner’ is aimed at helping customers get quick, easy and delicious food on …

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Coles packages supermarket and food hall

Coles has opened its first food hall at its Tooronga Village store in Melbourne’s east. In line with Coles’ strategy to innovate through partnerships, the food hall is supported by independent food retailers including one of Melbourne’s favourite cafés and Australia’s leading sushi retailer. It aims to cater to the …

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BP and David Jones to explore the future of convenience

A partnership between BP and David Jones will give customers access to locally sourced, ready-made meals and other fresh, quality offers at selected BP sites. The partnership combines David Jones Food’s exclusive, high-quality product range with BP’s global expertise in convenience retailing and national footprint. The new range will see …

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Coles remains ‘solid’ during a year of ‘substantial’ change

Coles Group sales revenue (excluding fuel sales and hotels) increased by 3.1 per cent to $35 billion for FY19. Sales revenue growth was seen across Supermarkets, Liquor and Express. Coles CEO Steven Cain says Coles has delivered a solid performance in the face of a rapidly changing retail landscape. “It …

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Tesco to maximise convenience with Metro stores changes

Tesco is implementing operational changes to the way it runs its Metro stores in the UK. According to the retailer, they will simplify and reduce processes and administrative tasks across all 153 Tesco Metro stores. Tesco says these changes will allow them to serve shoppers better and to run the …

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