New supermarket to open in eShowe
MANAGEMENT of the fresh food store, Cambridge Foods is up-beat about the opening of their 18th store in KZN in eShowe on Thursday.
Situated on the old railway station site, the store promises everything the public would expect from a convenient grocery store.
Having started in the 1990s with six stores selling fresh meat in KZN, the chain today boasts 30 outlets operating in five provinces.
Cambridge Food may be South Africa’s freshest face in food retail, but they have spent years building the business on a foundation of unbeatable value for their savings-focused customers.
As part of the Massmart group, and now as part of Walmart’s international business, Cambridge Food is helping even more customers save money on the things they really need.
At the heart of the business is a commitment to offering
Focus on fresh
Dedicated service departments line each of the stores, including a Grade-A butchery, a meal solution-focused takeaway, a home-style scratch bakery and a popular ‘chesa nyama’ on-site braaing service.
Add to this the freshest fruit and vegetables from the produce department and Cambridge have every meal covered.
The supermarket sells a handpicked range of highquality national brands, plus goods that are sourced and packed under their own brand label, across all major categories.
Whether it is dry groceries, fresh foods, household products or health and beauty aids, Cambridge aims to give their customers more value for their rand on everything from atchar to ‘walkie-talkies’.
Most of the stock for the opening of the eShowe Cambridge Foods was delivered last week, but the receiving department is expected to pick up the pace as the store opening approaches