New online tool: Shopping help
On SPAR Norway’s website, customers can make a shopping list by picking items from the assortment at the nearest participating store. When the list is done, they can text or email it with additional comments to a friend, someone in the family, a helpful neighbour or a colleague.
This way, customers who can’t go outside can easily get help with their grocery shopping from those who can.
The Norwegian Shopping Code
Before entering the outdoors, those looking to enjoy Norway’s scenery are traditionally asked to get familiar with the nine simple rules of the Norwegian Mountain Code to help them to stay safe.
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Norwegians won’t be able to go to their cabins this Easter, meaning there is no need for the Mountain Code, but all the more reason for a shopping code.
Using the familiar Norwegian Mountain Code as a framework, SPAR Norway has created the Norwegian Shopping Code to reduce the risk of infection.
SPAR Norway’s Shopping Code:
By using the Norwegian Shopping Code, SPAR Norway is aiming to make sure that all customers can enjoy a happy and healthy Easter.
Source: SPAR Norway
About SPAR Norway
NorgesGruppen ASA is the parent company of SPAR Norway and is the market leader in the highly concentrated Norwegian grocery market. The SPAR licence for Norway was signed by NorgesGruppen AS in 1984. In February 2013, NorgesGruppen purchased 49% of the Dagrofa Group – the licence partner operating the SPAR Brand in Denmark.
SPAR Norway operates two retail formats: EUROSPAR, which continues to see expansion and growth following very positive consumer response, and SPAR, the neighbourhood supermarket format, which was the first format to be established.