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IGA Stabbing: Two Suspects Charged Under New Retail Worker Protection Laws

Two individuals now face charges in connection with a shocking incident that transpired at the Riverstone IGA in Sydney’s north-west. This disturbing event unfolded on a Sunday afternoon around 4:15 pm, when emergency services, including the police and an ambulance, were summoned to the scene. What they encountered was a 47-year-old man, presumably the store […]

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IGA Targets Top Spot in Australian Supermarkets

Metcash, the operator of IGA supermarkets, is strategising to become Australia’s preferred supermarket by focusing on reducing prices in its smaller and medium-sized stores. This move aims to attract value shoppers and intensify competition with major rivals Woolworths and Coles. Doug Jones, Metcash’s CEO, is determined to change the perception that IGA stores are pricier

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Win back the cost of groceries: IGA’s new campaign via The Core Agency

IGA has unveiled its newest campaign via The Core Agency, whereby 100 people per day could win back the cost of their groceries. The campaign shows frontman and comedian Shane Jacobson standing beside 100 full shopping trolleys, to illustrate the daily opportunities IGA customers have to win. Across the month of February, IGA shoppers can

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Aldi’s fruit and vegetables named best in supermarket industry

Aldi customers have ranked the budget supermarket’s fruit and vegetables better than its pricier competitors, according to a new poll. The results come from Canstar Blue’s Customer Awards where shoppers voted Aldi’s greens into the top spot for the second year running. Customers voted across five categories — “value for money”, “freshness of produce”, “variety”,

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‘No room to move’: Grocers refuse to renew multi-employer deals

Independent supermarket retailers are set to end their long practice of multi-employer agreements because the test for approving the deals is too strict to allow the flexibilities they want. Master Grocers Association has been consulting dozens of IGA and Foodland stores on whether they want to terminate expired multi-employer agreements that deliver flexibility on penalty

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Sales surge at grocery group Metcash in shift to local shopping

Grocery wholesaler Metcash is continuing to gain from the shift to convenience and local neighbourhood shopping, as group sales jumped 8.9 per cent across its hardware, liquor and food businesses so far this financial year, according to new chairman Peter Birtles. The retailer, which supplies the IGA and Foodland stores, indicated strong gains made over the

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