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A New World for Queen Street

10 August 2011

A New World for Queen Street

Foodstuffs (Auckland) Limited is delighted to announce the introduction of New World Metro to Queen Street, in the heart of Auckland City.

The New World Metro store will be a fresh food mecca for Auckland’s central business district (CBD), offering a vast array of fresh produce, meal options, and bakery items as well as all the service and quality customers expect from a New World.

Foodstuffs (Auckland) Ltd, General Manager Property Development, Angela Bull says, “The CBD is an exciting and changing environment. So many of our customers now live and work in the CBD, and this is just another way we can provide choice and convenience where it matters. New World Metro will be a fresh food destination for people in the CBD, and a new standard for metro style supermarkets. The new store has an important role to play in helping fulfil the city’s vision for a world-class CBD.”

Entry to the New World Metro can be found on the ground floor of 125 Queen Street, opposite Shortland Street. Construction of the supermarket will get underway shortly, with a planned opening date of mid 2012, with more details to be announced nearer to the time.


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