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FairPrice extends holiday saving through Chinese New Year

Posted by jtsmyth8 on December 19, 2007

Singapore’s largest supermarket chain, NTUC FairPrice, starting Thursday, with its new five per cent discount off over 500 house brand items – but only till the end of February. This latest move announced on Wednesday will cost FairPrice $3 million.

The 500-plus discounted products range from rice, bread and cooking oil to household cleaners.

‘As a social enterprise, NTUC FairPrice is mindful of its role in helping to moderate the cost of living in Singapore,’ said the cooperative’s chairman Ng Ser Miang.

For example, Mr Chong Kiang Leong, a taxi driver and the breadwinner of a family of six, has managed to reduce his family’s $160 weekly grocery bill by $25. (story)

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