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Nisa retailers helping shoppers Make Dad’s Day even better

With Father’s Day fast approaching, Nisa is supporting retailers with a range of breakfast deals to help their shoppers make the occasion extra special this year.

Alongside a successful ‘Make Dad’s Day’ gifting event, the tasty promotion is available in stores now and will assist Nisa retailers in making the most of sales opportunities in the run up to the big day.

The event is supported by eye-catching point of sale material in store as well as on Nisa’s social media pages and on the Nisa Locally website, ensuring shoppers are aware of the great deals available.

To begin dad’s day right, everything needed to serve up the perfect breakfast is available including Co-op Irresistible Dry Cured Unsmoked Back Bacon 230g and Co-op Irresistible Lincolnshire Pork Sausages 400g on any 2 for £5, Co-op Medium Free Range Eggs 6pk at £1.14, Co-op Flat Mushrooms 150g at 90p and a 6pk of Co-op Tomatoes for just 80p, all washed down with a fresh Co-op Apple or Smooth Orange Juice on any 2 for £3.

Nisa retailers helping shoppers Make Dad’s Day even better

Also available until 29th June is Nisa’s latest ‘Big Deal for the Big Match’ offer that comprises two Co-op Pizzas (Margherita and Double Pepperoni) and a 4pk of Budweiser for just £5 - the perfect accompaniment for the football.

Seasonal manager at Nisa, Hannah Goodwin, said: “Many parents have had their routines uprooted over the last year and been forced to spend much of their time trying to juggle home-schooling with working from home, amongst other things during lockdown periods. With it being such a tough year for a lot of people, shoppers continue to find ways to spice up their daily routine and go all out for occasions they might typically have overlooked prior to the pandemic."

“So, in addition to gifting dad the usual box of chocolates, children everywhere want to go above and beyond to show their fathers how much they care this year and as such, we’re confident this promotion on breakfast lines will increase basket spend for our partners.”