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Serafina Silaitoga
Thursday, November 30, 2017

CHARAN Jeath Singh group of companies has continued to provide the public not only the best services but a variety of the best products in the market.

With the opening of the Charan Jeath Singh supermarket at the Digicel House in Nabua, Suva, company director Namrata Singh is determined that the public would love the new outlet.

"Our main aim is to provide a new and vibrant destination for the community, of which the supermarket is an important part and we are excited to announce the Grand Opening of the Charan Jeath Singh Supermarket (CJS Supermarket) at Nabua on 6th December 2017," she said.

"Charan Jeath Singh Supermarket is a branch of Nambawan Supermarket in Labasa and we also have a number of shopping retailers and food service providers to add to the experience at the Digicel House in Nabua.

"In the North, we offer the most competitive prices in the market with a diverse range of products and that is a mission that we will continue with in Nabua."

With Christmas around the corner, Ms Singh said customers could expect the best prices of products at the new supermarket.

The company is also installing aircondition systems at the Countdown Supermarket in Labasa and Ms Singh said this was all part of offering their customers the best services.

"We do our best at having the lowest prices all year round and we'll continue with the best deals in the market all year round," she said.

"Since our buying power has increased in the market, we will be getting even better deals from our suppliers. We would like to pass this benefit back to our loyal customers in the North as well. "We plan to bring our diverse range from the North to Nabua. The biggest investment for us has been the time taken to make sure we can provide the best possible service to Nabua.

Ms Singh said they had worked for almost three years to complete the Digicel House.

"It is not only making sure the building and supermarket is as modern as possible, but also to ensure we have quality tenants at the complex to service the community," she said.

"Charan Jeath Singh Supermarket will give an extensive variety of goods and the best customer service with a best shopping environment and an incredible parking area. We have an incredible shopping knowledge since we are a family-owned business and we recognise what the families of Fiji need."

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