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Superquinn buys goods in Northern wholesalers

Supermarket chain Superquinn has begun buying goods from wholesalers in the North rather than the Republic in order to cut costs.

24th January, 2009

Supermarket chain Superquinn has begun buying goods from wholesalers in the North rather than the Republic in order to cut costs.

The retailer has sourced British-made products from the Belfast operation of Makro, a major European wholesaler. Sources said that the move enabled Superquinn to save up to 25 per cent compared with sourcing the same products in the Republic.

A spokeswoman for Superquinn said the retailer was exploring its options for sourcing British-manufactured goods directly...

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