Auckland inner city shoppers are being promised the highest quality fruit and vegetables at low prices with the full refurbishment of Nosh’s Ponsonby Road store.

Nosh co-owner Clinton Beuvink says the renovations have tripled the store’s space dedicated to food. 

“I reckon we now have the best fruit and vege space in Ponsonby,” he says. “It’s 10 times the size it used to be and we have extended the butchery and fish counter to include a wider selection.” 

In addition, Nosh has expanded its convenience food section to include milk and butter as well as a range of dips, yoghurts, cream and the like. It is also now offering fresh flowers. 

“We have had excellent support from the local community,” Mr Beuvink says. “However many customers have also enjoyed the full Nosh experience at our other stores and their feedback has been that they want the same in Ponsonby. 

“We’ve listened and we’ve reorganised things in-store and I can safely promise we now have the highest quality lines at arguably the best prices in the area,” he says. “And we are putting even more pressure on prices with the occasional pallet deal and great in-store specials.” 

Mr Beuvink says beer and wine is still available on site in the adjacent Liquor King store. 

It is Nosh Ponsonby’s first refurbishment since opening in December 2007. The new layout will be familiar to shoppers who are used to filling their trolleys in conventional fresh food shops, he says. 

“It’s a bigger, brighter full Nosh experience – with heaps of parking.” 

About Nosh: Nosh Food Market presents a new market-style concept in food shopping bringing together the authenticity and expertise of butchery, bakery, delicatessen, the greengrocer and more under one roof. Nosh focuses on quality fresh food and produce at affordable market prices appealing to modern household shoppers. It employs qualified, food-loving people, all experts in fresh produce who enhance the Nosh shopping experience. Nosh Auckland stores are located in Glen Innes, Greenlane, Mt Eden and Ponsonby and Matakana. The Nosh Food Market concept was created by Clinton Beuvink and Chris Moore in 2006. Both Beuvink and Moore have extensive and wide ranging grocery and retail marketing and management experience.

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