Get Ready for the Bank Holiday Weekend with Central Co-op
Posted by sam bishop | Published: 25/05/2023
As the sun is shining ahead of the Bank Holiday weekend, Central Co-op has plenty of options for those wanting to make the most of the good weather, including everything customers and Members need for perfect hot dogs.
Brooklyn-inspired hotdog brand ‘Dino’s’ has various offers included, like Dino’s Famous Classic American Mustard and Brooklyn Burner Spicy Ketchup, which are both £1, with Dino’s Famous Stacker Pickles at £2 and Dino’s Famous Franks and Big Dogs hot dogs at £2.50 per jar. For £5, customers and Members can purchase Franks, six hotdog rolls and both sauces above.
Four-packs of Warburton’s Brioche Burger Buns can also be found for £1.50, and burgers were a hit last year for Central Co-op, with the Society selling 85,000 packs of rolls of various types from May to August 2022.
Discounted prices for Members mean that delicious vegetable skewers can be made for £2.50 too, with tomatoes at £0.75 (reduced from £0.90); onions at £0.75 (reduced from £1.00); and peppers at £1.00 (reduced from £1.30).
Central Co-op is also helping customers and Members Shop Locally for Less when it comes to soft drinks this Bank Holiday Weekend, as a four pack of Lucozade Sport is £2.50, with offers on Coca-Cola, Pepsi Max, Tango, Volvic Water, and more.
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 21 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