Warehouse Grocery Price Drop

The Warehouse have dropped the prices of pantry staple foods, to help kiwis with the increasing cost of living

As the cost of living increases, the Warehouse has committed to looking after New Zealanders by dropping the prices of its grocery products.

“Our customers trust us to provide the best value for money and we’re committed to this. Kiwis know they can come to The Warehouse for the best deals on their household essentials," said Nick Grayston, Warehouse Group CEO.

The prices of pantry staples at The Warehouse are now $2 for 2L milk, $4 for 500g Tararua butter and $5 for 1.2kg of Weet-bix. These basic breakfast items are among the cheapest in New Zealand. At Countdown supermarkets, Tararua 500g salted butter is $7.80 and Sanitarium 1.2kg of Weet-bix is also $7.80. Making The Warehouse $3.30 and $2.30 cheaper respectively. While Haraway's Oat Sachets are $3.79 compared to $4.20, and Gregg's Special Blend Instant Coffee is $1 compared to $2.49. The Warehouse hopes to make the most out of every dollar their customers have and provide better value in the long run.

These price drops are available now, with more arriving in the coming weeks. Customers can also find The Warehouse's home brand for grocery items, the Market Kitchen, which has low prices and high-quality pantry items.