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Superquinn Fresh Price Cuts

Just in time for the kids heading back to school, Superquinn have announced price cuts on 40% of their fresh food products across their bakery, fresh meat, fruit and veg and cheese departments.

Speaking about the new Fresh Price cuts campaign, Eoin McCormack, Trading and Marketing Director said:  “This is a commitment to long term price reductions on the fresh food our customers love while maintaining our famous quality and taste.”

Savings can been see across a range of healthy everyday products including carrots, bananas, broccoli, lettuce and onions. For example Irish rooster potatoes (10kg) are now available for €6.49; a saving of €1.50.

In the meat department you can now get a pack of 4 chicken breasts fror €6, down from €8.99. And as for cheese, their Irish Cheddar (200g) was €3.19 and is now €2.39, just one of many reductions across the range.

And if you just can’t resist something from the bakery you will be pleased to know there is a 25% reduction on Superquinn’s range of fresh breads, cakes and desserts.

For more info check out www.superquinn.ie

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