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Sainsbury’s products now on sale at Papantoniou Supermarkets

Papantoniou Supermarkets proudly announced their exclusive collaboration with British supermarket giant Sainsbury’s, at a press conference held on Wednesday, March 13 at Hilton Park, Nicosia.

Quality, variety and competitive prices make Sainsbury’s products among the top choices for UK consumers.

Papantoniou Supermarkets decided to proceed with this exceptional collaboration after considering the growing needs of today’s consumers in Cyprus. From now on, Papantoniou Supermarkets’ customers can enjoy both the already advantageous prices and products offered by Papantoniou Supermarkets and purchase their favourite Sainsbury’s products at really attractive prices.

The managing director of Papantoniou Supermarkets, Pambos Papantoniou, expressed his delight at  the confidence Sainsbury’s has shown in Papantoniou by choosing the company to be part of Sainsbury’s strategic development in Cyprus. He said a wide variety of Sainsbury’s products will be on sale.

Sainsbury’s Michael Luck, director of business development and Liz Cooper, business strategy manager, also attended the press conference and shared their excitement over the new partnership, saying how it will meet the ever-changing needs of the consumers, saving them both time and money.

With 150 years of history, Sainsbury’s products are present in dozens of cities in the UK.

The exclusive collaboration of Sainsbury’s with Papantoniou Supermarkets aims at fully covering the needs of local consumers and supply the market with more innovative products.

Papantoniou Supermarkets and Sainsbury’s. Together… they give value to your shopping!

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