Stores are located across New Zealand, from Stewart Island to Hauhora!. With over 280 stores across the country, it can keep you stocked up with a range of groceries, fresh produce, meat, chilled beer. Below is the Four Square information like contact number, store locations, hours, email, address and near locations of Four Square.
Four Square in Caversham Phone : +64 3-455 7427
Email : email@example.com
Weekdays hours: Monday to Friday: 6:00 am–11:00 pm
Weekends hours: Saturday-Sunday: 6:00 am–11:00 pm
Four Square in Caversham Address : 263 South Road, Caversham, Dunedin 9012, New Zealand
Find detailed information about Four Square in Caversham, Dunedin 9012 Locations, Hours, Phone number, Email, Holiday hours and Near me locations.
Four Square Regular Business Hours
What time does the Four Square Store Open and close?
Store hours may vary
Holiday hours of Four Square
The hours of operation change throughout the vacation season. Nearly all the shops will adapt hours of operation throughout the vacations. The observed holidays include:
New Year’s Day
New Year’s Eve
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Offers and Coupons for Four Square
1. Foodstuffs (S.I) Limited is the Promoter of this prize draw. The prize draw is being run through Four Square Supermarket Stores in the South Island.
2. The prize draw entry period will commence on [Monday] 1st June 2020 and will run until close of trade on [Sunday] 14th June 2020.
About Four Square NZ
Four Square is a chain of supermarkets in New Zealand which was set by John Heaton Barker. It has 280 stores throughout New Zealand, mostly in small towns. Some Four Square supermarkets also operated in Australia.
Four Square appeared as a household name in the 1920s out of the Foodstuffs supermarket purchasing co-operative, whose creator, John Heaton Barker, became concerned at the way the activities of the grocery chain stores of the day were making life hard for impartial.