New su­per­mar­ket to open in eShowe

Eyethu Baywatch - - NEWS • IZINDABA - Larry Bent­ley the very best value for money in fresh foods.

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

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