NEWS & MEDIA RELEASES
Countdown has today launched the limited edition Feed Four for $15 Cookbook featuring a range of value meal ideas for New Zealanders.
Countdown’s Food Rescue program is teaming up with Tauranga food charity partner, Good Neighbour. This latest partnership will focus on the collection of fresh and frozen food in Tauranga, to help Kiwi families in need.
Countdown’s brand new Fairy Springs store has been officially opened today by Cabinet Minister and local MP Todd McClay.
New Zealand Post and CourierPost customers can now choose to have their packages redirected to one of 11 Countdown Auckland supermarkets.
Ten Countdown stores in Auckland are participating in the new Soft Plastic Recycling Programme, which was launched today.
Countdown kicks off Christmas Food Rescue Appeal: Countdown and Salvation Army team up for the Christmas Food Rescue Appeal to help thousands of Kiwis in need
Countdown and the Salvation Army have kicked off their annual Christmas Food Rescue Appeal to help the growing number of New Zealanders who have registered for food assistance.
Countdown’s Annual Trolley Report unveils new consumer behaviour: New report shows Kiwi shopping habits changing as bread overtakes bananas as New Zealand’s most popular grocery item
Countdown today released its second annual Countdown Trolley Report, revealing the top five products New Zealanders have bought in supermarkets this year – and the results may surprise.
Spring lamb back on Kiwi menus: Countdown teams up with Kaipara farmers to put tender, new season lamb on shelves earlier
Eight family farms in Kaipara have teamed up to create what they believe is the winning formula for rearing succulent, tender new season spring lamb for Countdown supermarkets.
Countdown is now bringing its lower grocery prices to Central Otago with the official opening of the brand new Countdown Queenstown store.