Chandarana Foodplus Opens its 27th Store in Athi River, Machakos

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Chandarana Foodplus has opened its doors for the first time at Crystal Rivers Mall on 26th January 2023. The branch will be the 27th store countrywide coming one month after the 26th along General Mathenge Road.

The new branch is spacious and conveniently located along Mombasa Road in Athi River Crystal Rivers Mall. The branch is second in Machakos after the Signature Mall Branch.

Speaking to Journalists during the launch, Head of Operations Chandarana Foodplus said that they have three more stores lined up for 2023.

“We are small scale business operators and still studying the geography of the land before expanding. So far we have a total of 27 stores from various counties such as Mombasa, Nakuru, Kisumu, Kakamega and Uasin Gishu,” she stated.

She adds that the supermarket has offered jobs to over one hundred residents. 

This is part of a mixed use development by Safaricom Staff Pension Scheme that features townhouses and residential apartments which brings shopping, working and living together.

The development is strategically nested in a tranquil ultra-modern neighborhood of Athi River, set at a road frontage with easy ingress and egress off Mombasa road.

Chandarana Foodplus is an independent chain of supermarkets which is Kenyan owned. It started in the year 1959 with a small grocery shop at the busy corner of Highridge Shopping Centre at the junction of Masari Road and 3rd Avenue Parklands.

Foodplus is known for high quality, low prices, hundreds of daily offers, hassle-free shopping that gets you in and out plus a product assortment and store layout that’s refreshingly simple, yet full of surprises to discover at every visit.

Spacious, well organized and focused on customer experience, the Crystal Rivers branch is an experience in waiting. It features a butchery, a wine cellar with wines from all over the world, an in house bakery, fresh juice bar and so much.

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