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    Social supermarket opens in Whangārei

    The 155 Whare Āwhina community house in Whangārei has teamed up with Foodstuffs to open a social supermarket.

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    Four Square joins Māori Language Week with shopping translator app

    Supermarket chain Four Square, which provides the essentials in small towns across Aotearoa, has joined in supporting the kaupapa of Te Wiki o te Reo Māori with a new app for shoppers.

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    Self-checkouts to have te reo Māori option at Countdown

    A collaboration between Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori (The Māori Language Commission) and Countdown sees customers able to use self-checkouts in te reo Māori.

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    Māmā Māori makes every dollar count to provide kai for tamariki

    Counting every dollar, every week to put food on the table is what a Waingaro mother of four children has had to do. Food price inflation has forced her to go for cheap and less healthy options for

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    Discount supermarket chain canvassing launch in Aotearoa

    Aotearoa could soon welcome a third major supermarket chain as the government cracks down on the sector, currently dominated by Countdown owner Woolworths NZ and Pak'nSave and New World owner Foodstuffs.

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    Social supermarket to help put kai on the table with dignity

    A new supermarket venture in Te Hiku o te Ika is hoped to provide some relief for whānau at the checkout as the cost of living continues to rise.

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    Te Āti Awa and polytech team up to deliver care packages to students isolating with Covid

    WelTec teams up with Te Rūnanganui o Te Āti Awa to deliver care and kai packages to students isolating with Covid

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    Kiwis forking out even more to put food on the table- Simon Bridges

    Monthly food costs rose 2.7%  across the motu in January, which will hit whānau at the checkout. And National MP Simon Bridges says many Kiwis will be dreading going shopping.

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    Calling out Countdown: Tāne’s video goes viral

    A tāne’s video calling out supermarket chain Countdown for their treatment of kuia and kaumātua in the Far North has gone viral with over 150,000 views.

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    Supermarket staff promised 10% bonuses as lockdown panic buying resumes

    As the announcement was made yesterday by the government that New Zealand would be going into lockdown, supermarket staff were bemused to find they were being overrun again by panicked shoppers try

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