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Conveniently located and affordable for all

Losalini Vuki
Friday, December 08, 2017

MH Superfresh is one of the premium stores with convenient operating hours for all customers.

It is one of the most competitive stores in the Tamavua area where numerous types of customers shop on a daily basis. Their huge range of stocks include groceries, home ware and electrical appliances and all payments are available under one location.

MH Superfresh has:

npremium range of products which customers could take advantages of

ncellar master which consist of wide range of imported wines

* all types and kinds of food

nhuge range of speciality bread such as low glycemic loaf, multi grain, kibble rye, eight grain loaf and many more.

The supermarket has a total of 95 staff and boasts to live up to their vision, "serving the families of Fiji" with excellent customer service.

MH Superfresh has three store managers running the entire operations and two department supervisors.

This Christmas, visit MH Superfresh and take advantage of their low prices and current promotions!

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