New Zealand’s largest grocery chain has introduced a new loyalty scheme that will give shoppers a chance to earn cash back on items that they buy.
Key points:The loyalty scheme will work across select categories of groceries including dairy, meat, fish, milk and vegetablesNew Zealand grocery chains are already known for their generous discountsThe new system will offer shoppers the opportunity to earn points on all items including dairy products, meat and dairy productsNew Zealand Grocery and Food Chain Association CEO Ian Smith said shoppers would have to be eligible to earn the rewards.
“It’s really important that you can earn points to be able to purchase those items and it’s also important that the items you purchase are of a quality and fit that the customers want,” Mr Smith said.
“And this is really a good way of doing that.”
He said there were many people in New Zealand who could not get the cash back from a grocery store, but could earn it online.
“I think people will want to know that they’re not going to get a refund if they buy that product online, and that they can earn that cash back,” Mr Brown said.
He said the loyalty scheme was being rolled out in some select grocery chains in New South Wales and Victoria, which have already had success with the scheme.
“But it’s a pilot scheme, so it’s not a mandatory system,” Mr Harris said.
The scheme is one of many changes coming to New Zealand grocery stores, which are known for being a big supporter of retailers and their brands.
The Government has already rolled out a similar scheme in Western Australia, and has promised to extend the system to the rest of the country.
“The new loyalty system will work within a number of select categories including dairy and seafood,” Mr Jacobs said.
New Zealand’s grocery chain, Kmart, is also testing the system with a loyalty scheme in Victoria.
It is also considering adding a new offer of cash back to its loyalty scheme for consumers who use their Visa card or MasterCard, although this was not immediately clear.
“We’re also working with Kmart on a new range of promotions that will be introduced in the next couple of weeks,” Mr Cook said.
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US supermarket sells a record number of seafood products as global warming causes the market to tank
New data from the US retail market shows that, on average, Americans consume more seafood than ever before, even as greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise.
A total of 7,959,100 tonnes of seafood was sold in the United States last year, more than in any year since the market was established in 1996.
The data from SeafoodMarket.com, a market research firm, also shows that the US wholesale market is now home to the most seafood in the world.
In addition to the US, European countries and Japan also rank highly in the seafood market.
But it’s not just seafood.
The wholesale seafood industry is also growing.
The Seafood Market.com data shows that wholesale seafood sales grew by an average of 8.6% in the first quarter of 2017.
This was a record for the US market.
In fact, wholesale seafood market sales have increased by more than 4.5% per quarter over the past three years.
The retail market in the US is already home to an impressive 5.6 million tonnes of fish and seafood, and in the third quarter of 2016, US seafood sales reached a new high.
Seafood market share is up even more in Japan, where the market is growing at an average rate of 10.7%.
The US seafood market is also booming in Asia.
In 2017, the US seafood sector grew by 10% per year.
This is more than double the growth rate for the entire Asia Pacific region combined.
In Japan, however, seafood market share was still declining at 7.6%.
The data shows how fast global warming is affecting seafood sales.
The rise in seafood market shares means that more seafood is available to Americans in their homes, and more seafood sales are happening in less crowded, more expensive markets.
The US market is no longer the only place where seafood sales have been dropping.
The UK is also seeing declining seafood sales, while Italy has been on a downward trend.
In 2016, the UK saw its annual seafood market turnover drop by 1.3%.
In 2017 it fell by 0.4%.
In contrast, in 2016, seafood prices in the UK were up by almost 5%.
It is likely that the rise in food prices will be even bigger in the next few years as global temperatures rise.
The World Bank and the European Commission have called for more stringent measures to tackle climate change, which are likely to come in the form of mandatory greenhouse gas reduction targets, a cap-and-trade scheme and carbon pricing.
The EU is already putting together a comprehensive plan to tackle global warming.
But the US and the EU may face another difficult period.