A new supermarket which doesn’t sell anything over $10 has been quietly opening up in Australia.
Ten Tops launched in September, mainly in the NSW towns of Dubbo and Wagga Wagga before Canberra’s Fyshwick got a turn. Richmond, in the NSW Hawkesbury region, and Nowra are reportedly next.
The chain stocks a bit of everything – homewares, garden, pet care, frozen foods, party, stationary, health and beauty, cleaning, tools, garden and automotive.
Dubbo locals were reportedly so into it they left it almost empty.
“We were so overwhelmed with the support in the first couple of weeks, so much so that the locals pretty much stripped the shelves,” marketing manager Isabella Bernardi said before adding it allowed them to be prepared for the openings that followed.
Unlike supermarkets Coles, Woolworths and Aldi, Ten Tops sells a very specific line of goods, and only items it can get buy at low wholesale prices, thus keeping the prices so low, they’re often unmatched.
We look forward to them branching out to the rest of the country because we’re feeling rather left out.