Four of New Zealand’s largest supermarket retailers have vowed to take action against childhood obesity through a range of in-store and company wide initiatives. Foodstuffs, Progressive Enterprises, Moore Wilson and Co. and Binn Inn Retail Group say they will encourage healthier eating by customers through
Collaborate or diversify – that seems to be the way loyalty programmes in New Zealand are headed at the moment. New World is the latest to wheel out its loyalty programme nationwide, following Countdown and AA Smartfuel’s joint loyalty scheme launched earlier this week.
Not long after Foodstuffs announced its imminent ecommerce launch, Progressive Enterprises has rolled out click-and-collect services nationwide. Customers in every one of its stores – from towns as far north as Cape Reinga to as south as Bluff – will be able to buy groceries
Unassuming New World employee Noel has resurfaced this year for New World's annual Christmas push, and he is again shown rousing suspicion among shoppers about his true identity.
ith around 90,000 workers in Auckland's CBD - and that's not including students or shoppers - the struggle to find a park is real. The city is chocker with congestion and competition is fierce between equally as expensive parking buildings. However, a new smartphone app