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G'Day! Robinsons Supermarket to Carry Woolworths Favorites

Healthy, fresh picks from down under.
by The reportr team
15 hours ago
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Robinsons Retail said Friday it was bringing to the Philippines products from Woolworths, Australia's top food retailer.

Woolworths staples including Australian honey, crackers, beverage, cereals, pancakes, salad dressings, sauces and pasta will be available in 35 stores of Robinsons Supermarket, The Marketplace and Shopwise as well as on

“We want to share with our customers these household favorites from Australia. It has always been our thrust to continue offering new products that will excite our shoppers every time they visit our stores," said Jody Gadia, Managing Director of Robinsons Retail’s Supermarket Segment.

Andrew Goudie, Woolworths International General Manager said: "Woolworths products reflect changing needs across many popular grocery categories where consumers are looking for not only trusted Australian quality, but healthier options."

Woolworths is embracing healthy eating by ditching artificial flavors, reducing salt, sugar and fat and incorporating more whole grains and fibers, said Robinsons Retail.

"I am very pleased that products from the Woolworths brand are now available locally. This partnership between Woolworths and Robinsons Retail Group adds to strengthening the ties between our countries, especially as we celebrate the 75th Anniversary of diplomatic relations," Australian Ambassador Steven J. Robinson said.

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For a limited time, shoppers can "Taste True Australia" with a Woolworths exclusive launch promotion, offering a free Woolworths Foldable Shopping Basket with any minimum spend of P3,000 which includes P500 of Woolworths products.

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