Fresh food retailer Nosh Food Market is expanding its operations with two new stores – Mt Eden and Matakana – as Kiwis flock to purchase quality local produce.
This week, Nosh opened a new store in Mt Eden, and next week (December 14th 2009) it opens a Nosh Foodmarket in Matakana, the company’s third new outlet this year.
Nosh co-founder Clinton Beuvink says Kiwis are catching on to the affordable prices of market-style shopping. “At Nosh Food Market we bring together the authenticity and expertise of the traditional butcher, the baker, deli, greengrocer and more and all at real market prices.
“As in a genuine market we have focused on employing qualified, passionate and food-loving people whose knowledge of fresh produce enhance the Nosh shopping experience,” Mr Beuvink says. Nosh’s focus on quality food and produce at affordable prices appeals to modern household shoppers who are becoming more creative in the kitchen. “Eating in is the new dining out. Buying fresh produce and transforming it at home is how more New Zealanders are enjoying great food.
“We have tapped in to this kitchen creativity by providing an inspirational shopping environment, offering fresh ideas for menus and education on how to prepare them. “We’ve brought on board a top chef for each Nosh Food Market, moving them from the back of the kitchen and putting them into direct contact with customers on the shop floor.
“With Mt Eden open, Nosh now has eight qualified chefs working on the team and accessible to shoppers across all stores.”
The company’s latest store is on a 800 sq m site in the bustling Dominion Road precinct and targets an area covering Mt Eden, Kingsland, Balmoral, Sandringham and Mt Albert that is under-serviced in terms of local fresh food shopping.
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 a Matakana store opens in Mid-December. 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.