Food Warehouse opens in Newport

December 12, 2018 by  

A retail park within Newport received a boost from the recent opening of the local Food Warehouse.

Newport East Retail Park secured 30 jobs from the opening of the food chain. The new supermarket gives people the chance to buy products at wholesale prices and customers do not require a membership card to take advantage of the deals. Print shops can be useful when new businesses are advertising what they have to offer to the public.

Iceland Foods Group has authority over the Food Warehouse. There are in excess of 80 UK-based stores of the chain. Over £750,000 was invested in the creation of the Newport-based supermarket. Richard Walker is the managing director of the whole enterprise and he told the South Wales Argus:

“The Food Warehouse is an innovative store format, responding to the changing needs of shoppers by offering amazing bulk-buy deals and homeware offers alongside a fantastic range of frozen, fresh and chilled foods.”

Rebecca Starr is the manager of the Newport store and she suggested that the opening day was a great success. A prize draw was employed to generate extra interest in what the retail outlet can deliver.

It has been announced that the Food Warehouse in Newport will be accessible every day of the week. However, opening hours are shorter than usual on Sundays.