Pick n Pay has asked 20 of its biggest suppliers to join the company in a new global project to combat food waste. Backed by 10 of the world’s largest food retailers and manufacturers, the initiative will focus on in-store and supply chain food loss and waste.
Pick n Pay has launched a new mentorship app which will connect its small suppliers with experts across its business. The new initiative seeks to empower entrepreneurs with easy access to the mentorship and business development support they need to grow their business
Pick n Pay is piloting a new packaging-free zone. The ‘pick and weigh’ shopping experience will provide customers with the opportunity to purchase a wide range of quality products without any product packaging.
South Africa has been named one of the unhealthiest countries in the world1. Complicating this is the fact that healthy eating is often seen as expensive or complicated.
TymeBank, South Africa’s first fully licensed digital bank, will go live in 500 Pick n Pay and Boxer stores next week in preparation for the formal launch later this month.
Reducing plastic waste one bag at a time.
Pick n Pay’s market store partnership with independent traders programme expands to Thokoza with the opening of Matlala Market
The community of Thokoza this morning welcomed the opening of Matlala Market.
Three Gauteng-based entrepreneurs have joined the Pick n Pay Market Store Partnership with Independent Traders programme with the opening of their respective market stores.
By Suzanne Ackerman-Berman
Eearn Smart Shopper points at BP service stations across the country
WWF-SA and Pick n Pay release “A decade of impact” report detailing the impact of building long-term partnerships.
Pick n Pay launches plastic waste awareness campaign to encourage positive consumer behaviour.
Pick n Pay has expanded its private label baby range to include Tiny Tots diapers. Offering a range from new born to size 6, Tiny Tots diapers have been designed to offer parents all the premium benefits they have come to expect from a nappy but at an everyday affordable price of R169.99.
Velokhaya Life Cycling Academy elevates its ‘on and off the bike’ support with new global mentorship hub.
Smart Shopper continues to innovate to offer its customers real value and benefits.
In support of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Pick n Pay has turned its mushrooms – or at least the packaging – pink.
The obesity rate amongst South African children is increasing at an alarming rate, largely due to unhealthy eating habits.
Obesity is a rising problem in South Africa with 68% of women and 31% of men in the country overweight or obese according to the South African Demographic and Health Survey.
Pick n Pay demonstrates how a circular food economy could work.
Local entrepreneur wins Pick n Pay’s 2018 Small Supplier of the Year award with business growth.