Due to overwhelming demand for our 25p introductory offer we have to introduce the following rules:

  1. From the 15th February 2016 the store will be open from Monday to Friday from 11am until 5pm excluding Bank holidays. This is to facilitate restocking and cleaning the store.
  2. From the 15th February 2016 customers will be limited to 10 units of the same item per day. For example, one person may purchase 10 cans of tuna and/or 10 cans of baked beans but no more than 10 cans. This is to prevent shopkeepers from purchasing stock to resell at a higher price.
  3. From the 1st March 2016 we will be reducing our range of products from approximately 70 down to 40 of the best selling items.
  4. Finally the new special promotional price for the months of March and April 2016 will be 29p per item in store, whilst stocks last.

Happy shopping.




PILOT STORE NOW OPEN IN NORTH WEST LONDON

Your local Park Royal new concept store is now open
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Free promotional gifts to those outside the easyFoodstore

easyFoodstore customers waiting in line outside of the new Park Royal store can now receive a selection of promotional Items. Branded items such as rulers, wallets and coffee mugs are being handed out promoting easy.com and its family of brands.

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easyFoodstore opens pilot shop in Park Royal

Cheap food is now available in north-west London after the opening of the first pilot easyFoodstore in the capital. Based next to the easyBus depot on the North Circular Road, the neighbourhood-sized store will be offering a limited and basic range of items at rock-bottom prices. An introductory offer of 25p per item will be available throughout February. This is the latest low price venture from easyJet founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou.

He said:
"This is another way the easy brand can serve the less well-off. Given my experience in distributing food for free in Greece and Cyprus, this is a more commercial attempt to sell basic food for 25p per item to those less well-off in the Park Royal area."