SuperValu invests €12m in new Dunboyne store
A brand new SuperValu store in Dunboyne, Co. Meath, has created 70 new jobs for the area and represents a significant €12m investment for SuperValu's parent company, Musgrave.
2 April 2019 | 0
SuperValu has created 70 new jobs as part of a €12 million investment in a new, state-of-the-art, 15,200 sq ft store in Dunboyne, Co Meath. Nally’s Dunboyne SuperValu will anchor a new 25,000 sq ft town centre development, which incorporates four adjacent units, office accommodation and more.
The state-of-the-art Dunboyne store includes a scratch bakery; deli counter offering a large salad and cold meat selection; rotisserie, fish and butcher counter with fully-qualified butchers to share their top tips and advice on choosing the best cuts for any dish.
Reflecting consumers’ evolving shopping habits, the Dunboyne store incorporates a vegetarian and vegan dedicated zone, as well as providing a health and wellness section. Nally’s Dunboyne also offers free customer Wi-Fi and will operate a “click and collect” online service, providing added convenience for the modern customer.
SuperValu Dunboyne is operated by local entrepreneurs Steven and Michael Nally of the Nally Group, who also own and run SuperValu stores in Trim and Celbridge. The new store was opened today by Carmel Nally, the mother of Steven and Michael Nally, and Steven’s son Nathan– reflecting three generations involved in the business.
Commenting at the official opening of the SuperValu Dunboyne store, Steven Nally said he and the family are delighted to open the store and serve the local community. “It is a huge vote of confidence in the local economy,” he said, “and it is a proud moment to create 70 new jobs in Dunboyne.
“We are confident that our store, range and team will make a real difference to the people of Dunboyne and its surrounding areas,” Nally added.