Very good supermarket
I like Ritchie's IGA better than the other two major supermarkets. It sells products that I can't get elsewhere, the customer service is great. Helping the community and other charities makes me feel happy my dollar is going further.
Our local store has an excellent product range which items that are very competitive to our local Woolies or Coles. They have some really good catalogue specials and the fruit and veg and meat are all good quality. The staff can be a bit hit and miss but its usually quick.
Good product range and regular catalogue specials. The store is easy to get in and out of quickly. They also have a good range of home brand products and the community benefits brand. You can also link a card to a local charity and get cash rewards for them.
The fruit and veg is a lot more expensive than the larger supermarkets.
I've found that Ritches have fewer home brands and a greater product range than the big two. Less of each item but more variety. My mother's favoured Arnott's Breton biscuits cannot be found at Coles or Woolies any more but Ritchies have them. They often have great unadvertised 'manager's specials' so it pays to look around on each visit. At my local Ritchies, Seniors are offered a 5% discount on Tuesdays. They give you a 4 cents per litre discount voucher at three local garages if you spend as little as $25. I also have a Community Benefi...t card so I'm able to direct a percentage of what I spend to the recipient of my choice, currently the RSPCA. Above all, I like to steer some of my business away from Coles and Woolies as I think they have too much power between the two of them. Friendly staff, good specials, and a surprisingly large range considering the store is smaller than the local Coles and Woolies. Everyday shelf prices can be a bit higher than Coles/Woolies.
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