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U Save
Friday, February 22, 2013

FAR from town, but so state-of-the-art and so up-to-date, U Save supermarket and complex is the best thing to hit Votualevu in Nadi.

With the director's Inhouse Specials in progress, customers not only have the cheapest range of items to choose from, they can also shop in hygienic surroundings.

The shopping mall, opened in November by the Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama and Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, has a range of variety stores including a bakery, restaurant, professional ladies hair salon, Internet shop, video library and liquor store.

With an estimated 10,000 people living around Votualevu, the supermarket managing director Bobby Khan said U Save supermarket has been tagged as the cheapest supermarket in Nadi.

"It's built to New Zealand and Australian standards and offers lots of parking space," Mr Khan said.

Cheap jewellery, toys galore, cheap groceries and fruits and vegetables are among items sold at the supermarket.

"People of Votualevu say it's the cleanest supermarket too," Mr Khan said.

U Save supermarket is located at Carreras Road in Votualevu, Nadi.


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