New shopping service ideal for busy farmers this harvest

Michael TraillNarrogin Observer
Narrogin Coles staff members Anthony Heffernan, Peta Rienke and Kylie Tyson.
Camera IconNarrogin Coles staff members Anthony Heffernan, Peta Rienke and Kylie Tyson. Credit: Picture: Michael Traill, Michael Traill.

Coles Narrogin has declared their new Click&Collect service a success “well above their expectations”, while 14 local staff members have been up-skilled for the new service.

As harvest around the region makes time a valuable commodity, Coles Narrogin manager Anthony Heffernan said convenience and an easy online experience were priorities for customers when it came to shopping.

“We know demand for online shopping in Narrogin and its neighbouring towns is high, particularly for families and those who lead busy lifestyles,” he said.

“We’re expanding our online offer to meet this demand and provide a convenient and easy shopping experience for our customers.”

Staff member Kylie Tyson said she’s noticed farming families and mums doing their morning school runs have utilised the new service.

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“It’s a busy time for farmers, they don’t have time to fill up three or four trolleys to feed their farm,” she said.

When ordering groceries online for Click&Collect, Coles Narrogin shoppers can select a time that suits them during business hours and personal shoppers will hand pick their order from the store, ready for collection.

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