Trimart flagship coming fresh from today
FRESH produce, here, there and everywhere.
That’s what management of Trimart is promising for today’s long-awaited reopening of the flagship supermarket at Haggatt Hall, St Michael.
Store department manager Richie Yearwood said yesterday that Barbadians could expect good value and good choice.
“The shelves have been packed with new brands. There is nothing outdated or expired. There is a wide variety of products and all at affordable prices,” he said.
The store opens its doors this morning for the first time in three weeks after goods were seized by bailiffs acting on behalf of property owners NSR Limited, who were owed more than $1 million.
Ansa McAl’s chief executive officer David Inglefield and group finance director Monica Hinds, who are in Trinidad, have not been reached for comment, but an informed source confirmed that the conglomerate would now be running the supermarket, which owes creditors nearly $20 million.
The supermarket will open at 8 a.m. with virtually all of its old staff. The Bridge Street outlet will remain closed. (MK)