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Four SuperValu stores in Westmeath were awarded the highest accolade of food quality, The Supreme National Hygiene and Food Safety Award, at the recent 2015 SuperValu Quality Awards in Killarney. The awards are accredited by the Excellence Ireland Quality Association (EIQA) and identify retailers throughout the country who have gone above and beyond in maintaining the highest quality standards for more than a three year period.
Eight local Centra stores, Roche’s Centra Balla, Cuffe’s Centra Belmullet, Walsh’s Centra Kilmaine, Hennigan’s Centra Ballindine, Sheridan’s Centra Newport, Casey’s Centra Castlebar, Casey’s Centra Ballina, and Campbell’s Centra Killala, scooped the much coveted Excellence Ireland Supreme National Hygiene Award recently.
Centra retailers in Mayo employ 510 staff and source €3 million worth of products from local suppliers annually, new figures released by the company have revealed.
Centra’s, Ireland’s number one convenience retailer, community impact study reveals that Centra stores in Mayo sourced €3 million worth of products from local suppliers and contributes more than €117,000 in donations or sponsorship commitments to more than 245 local charities, community groups, schools, and sports clubs. As well as supporting local suppliers in 2013, stores also spent a substantial €688,000 with businesses in Mayo communities where its stores are located in 2013.
SuperValu, the leading Irish grocery retailer, sells more Bord Bia approved meat than any other retailer, according to the latest Kantar Market Data. The figures show that SuperValu outperformed all competitors, selling over 41,000 tonnes of Irish sourced Bord Bia approved fresh meat in the 52 weeks to June 22.
Seven Centra stores in Mayo are celebrating after being presented with the Supreme National Hygiene Award at the recent 2014 Centra Quality Awards in Killarney. The awards, which identify and reward retailers that have gone above and beyond in their strive to maintain a consistently high level of hygiene in their stores over a three year period, were presented by Martin Kelleher, managing director of Centra, and Martin Roper, technical director of Excellence Ireland Quality Association. The seven Mayo stores that were presented with this prestigious award, were Roche’s Centra Balla, Cuffe’s Centra Belmullet, Walsh’s Centra Kilmaine, Mitchell’s Centra Moygownagh, Sheridan’s Centra Newport, Casey’s Centra Castlebar, and Casey/McShane’s Centra Ballina.
Four SuperValu stores in Westmeath: Buckley’s SuperValu Moate and Mullingar, Smith’s SuperValu Monksland, and Fennell’s SuperValu Kinnegad were recently presented with the Supreme Excellence Ireland Quality Award by Martin Kelleher, managing director, SuperValu and Irene Collins, managing director, Excellence Ireland Quality Association (EIQA) at the 2014 SuperValu Quality Awards ceremony held in Killarney.
SuperValu, Ireland’s leading community supermarket, has donated €100,000 to Focus Ireland. As part of SuperValu’s ongoing commitment to Irish communities, 14 cent from every 19 cent bag of carrots, net of Brussels sprouts, and melons sold in the days before Christmas 2013 were donated to Focus Ireland. All eight SuperValu stores across Mayo contributed to the campaign encouraging sales of carrots, Brussels sprouts, and melons in an effort to further enhance SuperValu’s charitable contribution to Focus Ireland.
Kavanagh’s SuperValu Castlebar has announced the opening of its newly revamped 15,000sq ft store. The store opens following a substantial investment of €500,000, helping to sustain employment of 80 staff members from the local community.