Joyce’s Supermarket Knocknacarra where customers are at the core of its business is delighted to add yet another string to its bow when it comes to fresh food, with the launch of its new cheesemongers in conjunction with Horgans.
The alliance continues the store’s determination to provide customers with a wide range of fresh produce which has seen it link up with top quality foodmakers.
The store strives to consistently offer the highest standards of quality and service to its customers and it is constantly on the look out for innovative ideas in its fresh food offering that separates Joyce’s from all other supermarkets.
Whether it be farmhouse and continental cheeses, oil and vinegar bar, or J’s Fresh Deli where you can avail of cooked and fermented meats, pate, salami, the biggest range of antipasto in Ireland; or the noodle and crepe bar; stone baked pizza cooked to order in just three minutes; cakes and savouries from the renowned Goyas of Kirwans Lane; loose spices and seeds, Joyce’s has it all.
Also avail of the fantastic carvery lunches made daily by in house chefs, who also provide a catering service assuring high quality and value.
Check out the garden fresh market where customers can avail of the freshest and best quality fruit and veg at low prices, or why not go down to its meat market and get best quality Irish meat cut by expert butchers. In its fish market Joyces has a fishmonger with over 25 years experience who will fillet/pin bone/skin and give you cooking ideas on whatever fish you like.
Mark Spitzer, Fresh Food Manager Joyce’s Supermarket Group, said “to bring a wide variety of fresh produce to consumers is our passion at Joyces and we hope our customers feel our passion too.
“Joyces is becoming a food emporium in Knocknacarra, leading the way in fresh concepts and quality at the best value. We consistently work along side local suppliers and host tastings instore by selected suppliers,” he said.
The Joyce family has been involved in the grocery business since 1951 when Patrick C. Joyce Senior established himself as village grocer in Headford, Co. Galway. His son, Pat Joyce, took over in 1979, and successfully developed the family business, opening stores in Knocknacarra and Athenry.
With a strong emphasis on customer service and providing quality, locally sourced and reasonably priced goods, Joyce’s supermarkets have become an invaluable resource in the Galway area, now employing more than 250 people.