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Supabarn Supermarkets
HeadquartersACT, Australia
ProductsFood, drink and everyday items
Number of employees

Supabarn is a small, supermarket chain which started in Canberra with large shops across the Australian Capital Territory and New South Wales in Australia. It was known as Supabarn Emporium in the early 2000s before becoming Supabarn Supermarkets in 2004. It sells traditional, wholefoods, organic and gourmet grocery and fresh food items.

History[change | change source]

It was first opened in the Kippax in the 1985 followed by Fyshwick ( now closed) and a few more shops have been opened from that time onwards such as Chisholm, Karabar. Today Supabarn is one of Canberra's largest employers because it has 750 people in seven shops, with two in Sydney.

In 2015, Coles bought some of its stores.[1]

Sections[change | change source]

  • Delicatessen: Cheeses, antipasto's, pates, dips and salads with a European style
  • Seafood: Fish, lobsters, oysters and prawns - all from HACCP approved suppliers
  • Produce: Fresh and dried fruit and vegetables
  • Butcher Shop: Meat and chickens
  • Bakery: Baked items like pies - prepared daily, cakes, pastries and breads
  • General Merchandise: Kitchenware, bakeware, glassware and other everyday items
  • Groceries: Normal, organic, gluten-free and gourmet items
  • Dairy & Frozen Foods: Milk, cheeses, yoghurts, fresh sauces, ready-to-eat meals, ice cream and other dairy and frozen food items
  • Liquor: Champagnes, wines, imported beers and spirits

References[change | change source]

  1. Hannaford, Scott (2015-06-19). "Coles buys independent Supabarn supermarkets in Canberra and NSW". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 2020-10-15.

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