Central Co-op extends Member pricing to over 100 items!
Posted by sam bishop | Published: 08/02/2023
After reducing over 50 products for Members at the end of 2022, Central Co-op has reinforced its commitment to its Members in the range of savings available, extending the Member prices to over 100 items, from key essentials like bread and milk to pet food, toiletries and much more.
As a part of these deals, a 4-pint carton of milk is priced at £1.50 for Members, six medium free-range eggs are £1, and a loaf of bread is 75p.
These Member prices will be locked until Easter, ensuring Members can enjoy savings in these challenging times.
Chief Commercial Officer, Andy Peake, said: “We’re always looking for ways to give back to our Members. These offers on a variety of products are part of our aim to support Members in our communities this winter and beyond. We’re pleased to be able to lock these prices when they are needed the most, as we wouldn’t be where we are today without the support of our Members.”
Members can feed a family of 6 with a delicious Sunday roast dinner for £8.35, saving £1.75 by being a Member. Whole chickens, gravy granules, Yorkshire puddings, carrots, potatoes, and broccoli are all reduced as a part of the Member discounts.
These discounts are available to all Central Co-op members. Joining is simple and can be done online. The Society provides its Members with exclusive offers, a wide array of events, a range of social activities, classes and groups. Additionally, Members earn a share of the Society’s profits and can have a say in how the Society is run.
For further details, head to the Central Co-op website, Facebook, and Twitter.
About Central Co-op
Central Co-op is one of the largest independent retail co-operative societies in the UK, with a heritage stretching back over 175 years and interests in food, funeral, floral and property investment.
Owned by hundreds of thousands of members, its 7,700 colleagues serve customers across 440 plus trading sites in 19 counties in the East and West Midlands, Yorkshire, Suffolk, Norfolk, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire.
Its purpose is to create a sustainable Society for all.
It actively campaigns for food justice and works with FareShare Midlands and a network of local food banks. It also adds £1 to every Healthy Start Voucher redeemed in store and supports six schools in partnership with Magic Breakfasts.
The Society embraces inclusivity and equality and is a signed-up member to the Business in the Community (BITC) Race at Work Charter. The Society is also a member of Diversity in Retail and it is fully committed to addressing the impacts of climate change by reducing carbon and food waste, increasing recycling and investment in community Sustainable Spaces funded by the carrier bag levy. It recently launched its Malawi Partnership to support farmers and producers in the country through the Co-operative International Trading Development Fund.
It invests a percentage of its trading profit into local communities through its Community Dividend Fund scheme which has seen over £109,769.25 shared out between 121 good causes in 2022.
Press office contact: Sam Bishop, PR Specialist