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Michael’s Fresh Food Market IGA opens in Keysborough

A supermarket described as “the first of its kind in Melbourne” has opened in the suburb of Keysborough. Opened last week, the new 3,200sqm Michael’s Fresh Food Market IGA Keysborough provides a “state-of-the-art shopping experience”. The store features a sushi bar, florist, a selection of bulk spices, nuts and confectionery, …

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Roy Morgan: Foodland tops Supermarket of the Month again

Foodland has secured its twelfth straight Roy Morgan Supermarket of the Month Award with a customer satisfaction rating of 86 per cent for July 2019. The retailer has now won nineteen of the past twenty monthly awards. Foodland’s customer satisfaction rating of 86 per cent was followed by Aldi (83 …

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A new addition to +hemp

Australia’s first hemp water, +hemp, is releasing a new flavour this month. Restore is described as a natural raspberry and coconut flavour. Similar to +hemp’s Hydrate flavour, Restore is said to be rich in omega-3 and omega-6. It also contains antioxidants, amino acids and Gamma Linolenic Acid. According to +hemp, the …

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Results are in for customer favourites

In the battle for the modern grocery shopper, Woolworths edges out Coles, but watch out for Aldi. The findings are from the inaugural Australian Grocer Retailer Preference Index (RPI) released by customer data science platform Dunnhumby. The report was modelled after a series of studies that Dunnhumby conducted in the …

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Canstar Blue: Aldi top spot once again

Even though intense rivalry exists between Australia’s main supermarkets, Aldi has once again emerged the winner in overall popularity in the Canstar Blue’s Most Satisfied Customers Award for 2019 ranking. Surpassing Foodland, Woolworths, IGA and Coles in terms of value for money and food quality, Aldi’s shoppers have been recognised …

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IGA donates $100,000 to support Townsville flood victims

IGA has partnered with national not-for-profit GIVIT to help support people affected by the recent floods in Townsville, Queensland. Through the partnership, IGA will supply $100,000 in IGA shopping vouchers to families in affected areas. “North Queensland is the food hub of our state and a vital part of our …

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