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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    Countdown's key rival supermarket chain, is also seeing growing aggravation within its stores

    Countdown's key rival supermarket chain, is also seeing growing aggravation within its stores


    Foodstuffs NZ stable - includes the Pak'n'Save and New World brands.

    It was already looking at a number of technology improvements, before Monday afternoon's attack at the Dunedin Central Countdown.

    Four people are recovering in hospital after being stabbed.

    A Foodstuffs spokesperson says the Dunedin incident has bought into focus what they need to be doing to keep everyone safe.

    They're investigating all options available - including CCTV and facial recognition.

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