Store owner Maurice Te Brake, with wife Melisa and daughter Mollie Store owner Maurice Te Brake, with wife Melisa and daughter Mollie CREDIT: PPR New Zealand

New PAK'nSAVE Kaitaia opens its Doors

Tuesday 20 September 2011, 1:37PM
By PPR New Zealand


Kaitaia’s much anticipated new PAK’nSAVE supermarket opens its doors on 20 September, bringing with it a new era of supermarket shopping whilst continuing to deliver low grocery prices to the region.

The new generation PAK’nSAVE store on North Road will replace Kaitaia’s existing PAK’nSAVE, with the new supermarket almost double the size of the old store, a new fuel facility and 261 car parks.

Foodstuffs Acting General Manager Property Strategy, Tony Catton says, “PAK’nSAVE has had a long association with Kaitaia, when the first ever PAK’nSAVE opened back in 1985. The PAK’nSAVE brand is a strong part of the Kaitaia community and it is great to see a modern new store for our customers to enjoy whilst still delivering on our policy of New Zealand’s lowest food prices.”

Owner-operator, Maurice Te Brake says “The new store is a significant investment in the local community. I have had great feedback from the locals and everyone is really looking forward to the new PAK’nSAVE. I can’t wait to open the doors.”

The public are invited to attend the official opening of PAK’nSAVE Kaitaia at 8.15am Tuesday 20 September. The store will be officially opened by the Mayor, Wayne Brown.