There are big changes coming to Coles stores. 

The supermarket giant announced a new strategy focussing on  “food-for-now” and “food-for-later” products.

This will involve converting some 200 Coles supermarkets to “a more premium, convenience-focused format”, according to Inside Retail. 

These stores will add 75 new product lines for their ready-to-eat offerings – eg. breakfast foods, curries, stir-fry kits etc. 

“Making life easier for our customers means enabling our customers to fulfill their shopping needs ‘anytime, anywhere’,” a Coles spokesperson told Inside Retail.

“We know our customers’ needs are changing rapidly and we are evolving our offer accordingly.”

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