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Nisa retailers help shoppers have ‘Fun in the Garden’

Nisa partners are providing their shoppers with a range of alfresco dining essentials with the Fun in the Garden event, just in time for the hotter weather.

The promotion, which is available in stores now will help drive sales for Nisa partners this summer, encouraging shoppers to make the most of the rising temperatures and lighter nights at home.

The nationwide desire to spend time outdoors whilst staying safe and complying with social distancing measures is contributing to a surge in demand of barbeque, outdoor dining and gardening products.

The event presents everything shoppers could need for a successful family barbeque including; Co-op Cheese and Bacon Quiche (350g) at £1.80, 8 x Richmond Thick Pork Sausages (410g) at £2.50, 4 x Co-op Pork and Chorizo Burger (284g) at £2.60, 6 x The Deli Sesame Burger Buns at £1.05 and Heritage Premium Coleslaw (250g) at £1.

Also featured in the deal is a variety of vegetarian and vegan options including Co-op Halloumi (225g) at £2.79, Quorn Vegan Smokey Ham slices (100g) at £2.15 and the Sizzlin’ Sausages from the Co-op GRO range (350g) at £3.

Nisa retailers help shoppers have Fun in the Garden
Nisa partners are being given everything they need to make sure shoppers can still enjoy their summer

For shoppers looking for a tasty tipple, a selection of beers and ciders are also on offer including 8 x 500ml Bulmers Original bottles at £8, 20 x 300ml Amstel Bier bottles at £10, 18 x 330ml San Miguel bottles at £15, 20 x 330ml Coors Light bottles at £14.

Table snacks are also available in the deal with a selection of Pringles on offer at £1.50 a tube and a variety of Kettle Ridge Cut crisp flavours at £1 each.

Head of marketing at Nisa, Philippe Rondepierre said: “People less likely to be going away on their summer holiday this year and are unable to celebrate popular key summer events, like graduations and festivals, so they will be looking for other means of fun at home.

“Nisa partners are being given everything they need to make sure shoppers can still enjoy their summer, even if it is being spent a bit closer to home.”

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