Nisa provides retailers with Burns Night supper supplies
Nisa is supporting its independent retailer partners ahead of the popular Scottish celebration Burns Night with a promotion to drive sales in store.
With the annual affair widely celebrated across Scotland, this year especially provides Nisa retailers a fantastic opportunity to drive sales during the quieter month of January as most shoppers will be celebrating by cooking a traditional Burns Night supper at home.
The promotion, which is available in stores until Tuesday 26th January, features a raft of great deals on a selection of Burns supper staples, all of which are sure to help shoppers get this year’s more intimate Burns Night celebrations underway.
Included in the promotion is Mothers Pride Medium sliced loaf 800g at £1.30, Bells Scotch pies 4pk at £1.50, Mash Direct Neeps & Tatties 750g at £1.80, Scott’s Porridge Oats 1kg at £1.50, and a range of Baxter’s vegetarian soup tins in a variety of flavours at just 85p each.
Those with a sweet tooth will be able to pick up their favourite Tunnock’s products with the popular brand’s Chocolate Caramel Wafers 4pk, Marshmallow Snowballs 4pk and Chocolate Teacakes 6pk included in the promotion at less than £1.20 each.
Nisa shoppers will also be spoilt for choice by the wide range of whisky, ale, beer and soft drink options included in the promotion all at great value prices.
Seasonal manager at Nisa, Hannah Goodwin said: “With another national lockdown announced earlier this month shoppers are likely be on the lookout for any opportunity to have a celebration - even if it is from the comfort of their own homes.
“With January being a naturally quieter month for retailers, and shoppers tightening the purse strings after the luxurious festive period, events like Burns Night provide pivotal opportunities to maximise sales at a time when the country is otherwise at a standstill.
“Our Burns Night deals include a broad selection of products across licensed, which will enable Nisa partners to remain competitive and support them in capturing those additional January sales.”