easyFoodstore Park Royal now offers free parking for customers of the store. From the 3rd August customers can now make greater savings by stocking up on more items currently selling at great value.
17th November 2020
easyFoodstore Park Royal will now be open on Mondays through to Sundays, 7 days a week, from 8am to 4pm. (*Excluding bank holidays).
26th March 2019
easyFoodstore Park Royal will now be open on Mondays through to Saturdays, from 9am to 6pm.
30th July 2018
4th June 2018
7th November 2016
The Park Royal easyFoodstore now has a brand new look showcasing the easy family of brands yet still offers the same great prices on goods to its customers.
Visit the store today for food honestly priced, space for your car and some more orange ideas!
5th August 2016
easyFoodstore Park Royal is now open Monday to Friday, from 10:00am to 5:00pm excluding Bank Holidays. The change now gives shoppers convenient weekday times to make great savings on purchases.
Especially with the new addition of a customer car park, all products in store now selling for only 25p and a number of items included in the "Buy one get one free" promotion, only while stock last.
3rd August 2016
easyFoodstore Park Royal now offers free parking at the back of the building for customers of the store. You can now make even greater savings by stocking up on more items currently selling for only 25p.
1st May 2016
easyFoodstore, North London's super budget mini-mart is cutting prices back to 25p on 60 items in its range. From today the price per item comes down from 29p to 25p as part of a continued campaign against rip-off food pricing.
Since opening the store has proven popular with punters who find food shopping a bit of a struggle, in its first week alone customers were travelling from as far away as Brighton, Walsall and Leicester to grab a bargain. Store managers are continuing to try out new product lines with a view to getting good food on to the shelves at low, low prices.
15th February 2016
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.
5th February 2016
The store is now open again (today Friday 5th of February 16) and trading business as usual with long lines of customers queuing outside.
3rd February 2016
easyGroup and the team at easyFoodstore regret to announce that we will remain closed for one day tomorrow 4th of February and expect to open with business as usual on Friday the 5th of February at 9am.
The reason for this store closure is that due to the huge publicity that our 25 p promotion has attracted, we have had queues of customers coming to shop today 3rd of February and hence we sold out all our stock of food items today.
Unfortunately our usual suppliers are unable to meet the demand in order to restock the shop again fully until Friday.
Thanks for your patience and hope you will come back again soon during February when the promotion is on, always whilst stocks lasts.
2nd February 2016
easyFoodstore, the super budget grocery outlet started by Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou got off to a flying start earlier today with hundreds of shoppers pouring in to the north London store attracted by a 25p per item offer.
Prices will eventually rise in March, most probably to about 50p - but the plan is to launch a new "easy" branded player that sits in between food banks and discount retailers.
easyFoodstore currently sells a range of 76 products, meaning that a shopper could buy all of the goods on offer for less than £20.
The shop, located on Park Royal West , just off the North Circular Road, in London's zone three, first opened its doors last week but only went live yesterday.
Back in 2013, Stelios said that his interest in the food retail market was sparked by the widespread use of food banks in the UK as well his philanthropic foundations operations in Greece and Cyprus, where it hands out free lunchtime snacks to the needy.
The entrepreneur and easyJet founder has previously said that he believed there was a gap in the food retail market "a niche below some of the current budget operators such as Aldi and Lidl".