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New Masala Bazaar Store Opens in Smethwick

Posted: June 06, 2012

Ethnic and European food provider Masala Bazaar opens its new store to the public on Tuesday 12th June 2012. The company add Smethwick as their eighth supermarket to be opened in as many years. The wholesalers of ethnic food have set up their business in the Cape Hill Retail Centre just outside Birmingham City Centre. Smethwick sits on the borders of Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Staffordshire so has a phenomenal potential catchment area. As with all their store opening, there will be free food tasting of mouth watering produce from all over the world. Masala Bazaar’s tag line is ‘Explore A World Of Taste’ and that’s exactly what customers will be able to do. A chefs dream come true, a wholesalers friend and a customers convenience, Masala Bazaar caters for just about everyone. An ever growing exotic food range including fish, meat, ready meals, flours, toppings, rice and chutneys are just some of the product lines the company stock. Sourced from their own fish farms in Bangladesh consumers will be able to sample an exotic range of fresh water fish that may be new to their taste buds. The supermarket is different to other wholesale food outlets as it is open to members of the public too. Priding themselves with tremendous value for money, Masala Bazaar provide quality as well as effective pricing. With their own in-house brands such as Zoy, Masala and Crown Farms, the company are increasingly becoming one of the country’s leading providers of wholesale food and food service to the catering industry. A fresh new store in one of the country’s most populated cities, brings a welcome bonus to the Birmingham job scene. Creating just over thirty jobs, the company will also be launching a ninth store in the next few months. Masala Bazaar is part of the Eurofoods Group Ltd company, who in turn will be launching an online food service website later on this year. Eurofoods owner Shelim Hussain (MBE) will be present at the opening of the store on Tuesday along with Group Manager for Masala Bazaar, Shahab Ali. The ever increasing popularity of Indian and ethnic food in the UK is the reason why Masala Bazaar are able to identify and strategically place new stores in major locations that become a success. The brand is growing and so too are the number of people being employed by the company. The Smethwick store is the first in a new batch of stores that will be sprouting up over the next few years. Many business managers of local restaurants, grocery stores, takeaways will be attending the opening of the store to sample the amazing range of products available to them. Food and beverages are not the only line of commerce that the company indulge in. They also stock a wide variety of food packaging, chef’s culinary equipment and other everyday goods. With plenty of products to choose from, it is well worth knowing that the staff at Masala Bazaar, who incidentally speak fluent English, Urdu, Hindi and Bengali, will be on hand with expert advice about all their products. Unlike other wholesale outlets Masala Bazaar are open seven days a week and all bank holidays. The store also features a butchers department so customers can get the finest cuts of meat exactly how they want them. Store Manager Afsor Ali is very excited about the new opening and looking forward to meeting and greeting his new and existing customers on Tuesday. With a competition to win a 42” Television, there is more than one reason to visit the store. Grab the opportunity to venture into Masala Bazaar and give your taste buds a real tasty treat.

You can start sampling the food and meeting the staff on Tuesday 12th June 2012 from 10am till 8pm. The Stores contact details are:

Masala Bazaar (Smethwick)
2A Cape Hill Retail Centre
Cape Hill
B66 4PH

T: 01215654401
Manager: Afsor Ali 07783479197


Masala Bazaar Launch New Web Site

Posted: Februrary 13, 2012

In the ever changing and evolving world of Masala Bazaar, they are pleased to announce the launch of their new website. Where the old website was nothing more than a splash page of information, the new site offers a whole bundle of new material and interesting insights. The Ethnic Food specialists, with stores dotted around the country, also hope that this is just a first step to a planned full scale shopping on line facility. Users who have struggled before to find news of the company will be delighted to find a News and Events section dedicated to just that. The newsletter subscription is also a new feature with monthly newsletters planned for the forthcoming months. As food prices vary from week to week, customers can be informed of the very latest produce and packaging offers from the store. The site is very user friendly and although primarily based at the business to business food service industry, the general public can view the range of products which are available for them to purchase in store. This is what Masala Bazaar stores offer that is different to usual wholesalers. Members of the public are fully welcomed into the stores, as most are strategically placed for maximum visitor capture. You may see one, just off your local high street or in an industrial shopping complex. A neat download section gives access to catalogues, offers and employment documents. On that note the site also keeps users informed of current vacancies. With the planned expansion of the Masala Bazaar store, they are expecting the vacancy pages to be one of the biggest hit pages of the entire site. In an age of economic downturn and food prices soaring, Masala Bazaar tries to keep a competitive edge on their rivals. Much of the produce is sourced from their very own brands such as Crown Farms, Cha Cha Chef and Al Rohim but they also hold many more names such as Pataks. Part of the Euro Foods Group, the chain store are currently going from strength to strength, seeing more and more visitors to their stores month on month. The rise in demand for Indian and Asian cooking ingredients has never been higher and hopefully the website will direct restaurant owners, hoteliers and wholesale business owners to find the right products at the right price at the right place. A neat map on the Contact Us page will pinpoint visitors to the exact location of the stores, also showing opening hours and contact details. As Masala Bazaar expands so to will this new website, so keep watching!

Another Five Stars For Masala Bazaar

Posted: November 8, 2011

Masala Bazaar stores across the country have received a 5* hygiene rating from the Food Standards Agency. The Scores-on-the-Doors scheme, first implemented in 2010, allows the general public to search local businesses online and access Food Hygiene Ratings. The latest 5 star facility to get the award was the Richmond Road branch in September 2011, so congratulations to them. To achieve 5*, Masala Bazaar excelled in food preparation, handling, records and tracking as well as maintaining building conditions and cleanliness. You can see the results for yourself by visiting and searching Masala Bazaar, or by visiting your local store in Swansea, Newport, Cardiff, Bristol and Sunderland. Check out your Indian Wholesale Food store locations and opening times.

Masala Bazaar Charity Work

Masala Bazaar participate in their corporate social responsiblity in a number of ways.

Carrier Bag Charge: We are please to announce that all proceeds from our carrier bag charges will be donated to a charity of our choosing very shortly. Full details of the charity chosen and the amount we will be donating will appear here soon.

Clothing Banks: All Masala Bazaar stores are happy to host a clothing bank for unwanted garments. All donations are collected from our site and are given to third world countries

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