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A card worth carrying

Moore Wilsons Fresh Moore Wilson’s in Wellington is “cash and carry”. That means you need to actually visit the stores to buy produce. There’s no online, no phone or email orders, just bricks and mortar stores to shop at. Like it used to be. But it’s worth it. For food service customers there are significant discounts and for retail customers there are loyalty rewards on products. And while The List isn’t focused on price, it’s still a point worth noting.

Moore Wilson has three specialist food stores in the Wellington and Wairarapa regions: Tory Street in Wellington Central, Porirua and Masterton. The award winning Tory Street store, including Moore Wilson Fresh, is the focal point for these stores.

Wellington, Porirua and Masterton stores feature aisles of wonderful fresh produce, including organic fruit and vegetables, fresh meats and flowers, freshly baked breads, fresh aromatic coffees, and a fabulous deli range of gourmet products. Moana Pacific Fisheries showcases freshly caught fish. On Saturdays there are food tastings, we all love trying food, it helps us decide. Carrying a Moore Wilson card with you is well worth it.


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  • Cash and Carry also means no credit card :-)

    Posted on 10 January 2013 by KHM

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