The Manager of Shop and Save Supermarkets, Mike Chambers, says it is important for the many malls springing up across the country to collaborate with local producers to boost the local economy.
Mr Chambers says the Shop and Save Supermarkets, for instance, deliberately buys from local farmers to provide them with a ready market for their produce.
“We source all our traditional foods locally. We believe in the farmers and we believe in taking Ghana forward in terms of production. So we really, really encourage purchasing from the local source as much as possible,” he said.
He was speaking shortly after the supermarket rewarded one of its loyal customers with a brand new Hyundai Accent.
Fifteen customers won GHS500 worth of shopping vouchers and five people won GHS1,000 worth of shopping vouchers.
The supermarket chain among the major retail points in Ghana.
The supermarket has about four branches currently.
One is sited at Apowa in Takoradi in the Western Region.
Others are sited at Adjiringanor, Adenta, and along the Spintex Road towards Sakumono all in Accra.
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