PT Matahari Putra Prima, Tbk (MPPA) as the leading modern retailer in Indonesia announced its business expansion to Bali. This expansion is carried out through its business unit, namely the Matahari Food Business (MFB), managing the Hypermart, Foodmart and Boston Health Care.
The MFB opened the Foodmart Gourmet Sunset Bali known as Foodmart Outlet located in the Lippo-Plaza Siloam Hospital on Jalan Sunset Road, Kuta. Foodmart Gourmet Sunset Bali is a modern shopping center spread across an area of 1,800 square meters. The foodmart was officially opened to public on Friday (Nov 16) as a convenient shopping option for people of Bali and beyond. The atmosphere is homey, full air conditioning and lighting system that will add the convenience to consumers while visiting the premises.
It offers more than 20,000 types of product covering the entire needs of family members. Throughout the eye can see, consumers will be able to find out an array of products neatly arranged complying with international standards.
One aspect distinguishing it from other places is that the Foodmart Gourmet Sunset Bali has a commitment set forth in the ‘Security Triangle’ consisting of honesty, freshness and confidence. By all means, it guarantees all the products purchased by consumers. For instance, if there is a mistake in the purchase of fresh products, customers can ask an exchange within a period of 2 days by presenting the original receipt of purchase to customer service. Likewise, the other products can be exchanged within 14 days provided that the condition of the goods remains intact and are accompanied with the original purchase receipt.
With the number of employees and a lot of register cash machines, consumers will be able to do more comfortable shopping without having to queue. For transaction, customers are not necessary to feel confused with the matter of bringing along the cash because it has been provided with convenient mode of payment by credit card and debit card from any bank. (BTN/014)
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