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Coronavirus sends shoppers back to corner stores, but they’re battling big supermarkets for supplies
8 months ago

Coronavirus sends shoppers back to corner stores, but they’re battling big supermarkets for supplies

They are the places local communities are increasingly turning to for their weekly shop, but now many corner stores say the dominance of major supermarket chains is making it difficult …
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Aussies looking to save on groceries and fuel, says CBA
11 months ago

Aussies looking to save on groceries and fuel, says CBA

Australia, according to new research from Commonwealth Bank, is a nation on the hunt for a bargain.

Marking the launch of Commonwealth Bank’s app-based feature for eligible customers (CommBank Rewards), …
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BP & David Jones open first store delivering market-leading food and convenience offer
1 year ago

BP & David Jones open first store delivering market-leading food and convenience offer

BP and David Jones have today opened their first store in collaboration in Bayside, Melbourne, to deliver fresh, high-quality products, innovative convenience offers and shape the way Australian consumers shop …
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Woolworths, Caltex raise the bar with first co-branded store
1 year ago

Woolworths, Caltex raise the bar with first co-branded store

Woolworths and Caltex say a new chain of stores selling fresh food, groceries and fuel will raise the bar in the $8.5 billion convenience sector and change the way people …
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Woolworths set to open tiny one-aisle MetroGo store in Sydney
1 year ago

Woolworths set to open tiny one-aisle MetroGo store in Sydney

If your usual idea of a Woolworths is a large store with multitudes of aisles, a deli, and a liquor store to the left as you leave, you may need …
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On the Run scales up in South Australia with latest format
1 year ago

On the Run scales up in South Australia with latest format

On the Run (OTR), part of the Peregrine Corporation, is scaling up in its home state of South Australia and extending its footprint into two more eastern states.

The family-owned …
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Why BP is getting into bed with David Jones. The promising marriage of petrol and gourmet food
1 year ago

Why BP is getting into bed with David Jones. The promising marriage of petrol and gourmet food

“Fill ’er up?”

That was the immediate greeting from the driveway attendant when pulling into the service station in the days before self-serve pumps.

Yes, once there was someone to pump …
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How 7-Eleven’s CMO is responding to digital-fuelled customer convenience
2 years ago

How 7-Eleven’s CMO is responding to digital-fuelled customer convenience

The proposition for convenience stores is pretty straightforward. But how does that translate in a world where convenience is now more often associated with digital experiences rather than those in …
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Coca-Cola Amatil sees growth after putting more feet on the street
2 years ago

Coca-Cola Amatil sees growth after putting more feet on the street

Coca-Cola Amatil has reversed a steep decline in beverage volumes in the route trade in NSW by hiring dozens of sales staff to liaise with food shops and convenience stores.


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Caltex suffers in March quarter as refinery scrapes profit
2 years ago

Caltex suffers in March quarter as refinery scrapes profit

A shrinkage in margins on selling petrol and diesel and a slump in refinery earnings have hit Caltex Australia in the March quarter, with benchmark earnings dropping 43 per cent.

In …
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