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Meat market is “a deadend” for the grocery chain, which wants to open an outlet at its new store in Westfield in May.
It has received approval from the Queensland Government to open the new outlet in May, but that will be conditional on getting a new supermarket licence.
The new store is located on the corner of the Mudgee and Mudgeeraba shopping centres.
It will include a meat counter and a meat section.
It will be the second location in the city.
The supermarket is looking for a retail space at the Westfield mall and has previously said it is considering leasing space on the same floor as other grocery stores.
“We want to be open in May but that’s conditional on the state government going ahead and giving us a licence,” Mr Wilson said.
The retailer will be able to sell fresh, chilled and frozen meat to its customers.
Mr Wilson said the supermarket had been looking at a retail store for a number of years.
“In a lot of the states, we are the only retailer that offers frozen meat,” he said.
“I think the retail industry has really taken notice.
We’re the only one in the state that does it.”
They’re just waiting to see what happens.””
They have some of the best frozen meat in the country.
“The store will have a meat and dairy section.”
The meat section is a little bit of a surprise to us,” Mr Fenton said.
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