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Pick n Pay brings Hellmann’s back to SA shelves

| Supplier news

Customers asked and Pick n Pay answered! The retailer confirms that Hellmann’s Mayonnaise is back on their shelves!

When the product was delisted by its local supplier earlier this year, Pick n Pay assured customers it was already hard at work on plans to get the iconic mayonnaise brand back in stores as soon as possible.

True to their word, customers can stock up right now on the much-loved mayonnaise in over 100 stores nationwide, in two new-format jars, 800g and 400g.

“When the local supplier delisted the product earlier this year, our customers were heartbroken. In keeping with our customer promise to deliver the products they want and need, we immediately started exploring other supply options around the world to get the product back on our shelves as quickly as possible,” says Calvin Watson, HOD Edible Groceries.

Should die-hard customers need it immediately upon hearing the news, it’s available to purchase on Pick n Pay asap! or Mr D – for delivery within an hour!

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