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Fulton Foods launch online store

has announced the launch of its online store trading as .

Fulton Foods, a family run and owned company originally founded by Jack Fulton and which has been trading for 58 years, employs over 1,000 staff who work in more than 100 stores across Yorkshire, Lancashire, Nottingham and Teesside.  

Starbargains.co. will offer and overseas customers a variety of food, drinks and at low prices, every day. Providing the option for savvy shoppers to top up their discounted supermarket shop from the likes of Aldi and Lidl with family favourite brands.

The site will offer products under four different brands including the iconic Fultons Foods which offers well-known brands at amazingly low value, Posh Nosh which stocks premium brands at discounted prices, Waste Not Want Not which stocks a variety of food that’s close to or just past it’s ‘best before date’, and Home Basics which are every day lines at competitive prices.

To celebrate the launch of Star Bargains, customers can benefit from free delivery for all orders of £30 or more*.

Karen Gunter, director at StarBargains.co.uk said: “Fulton Foods has delivered great value products to customers who visit our stores for almost 60 years and it’s fantastic that we can now pass these fantastic savings on to customers nationwide who haven’t had the opportunity to visit one of our stores.

“As a result of purchasing surplus supermarket stock, buying direct from manufacturers and products or packaging that could potentially end up as waste, this allows us to offer our customers such low prices on great quality products and brands.

“As a deal-based business, we add around 250 new products every month to the site. We are aiming to be the first port of call for people’s monthly or weekly shop. We offer a large range of fast moving deals – customers can come to us to both buy their favourite brands and also to try something a little different – all at heavily discounted ‘Yorkshire’ prices.”

 

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