SuperValu continues to invest more in communities across the country than any other grocery retailer. SuperValu retailers, who own and operate stores in their local communities, contributed over €2.8 million to over 4,000 charitable organisations across Ireland last year.

Mark Byrne, Acting CEO, Focus Ireland said "We are delighted to accept this significant donation from SuperValu and its customers which will help fund our vital work providing over 70 services to combat and prevent homelessness across Ireland. Every single euro of this donation will support this work to help children and families who are homeless and trapped in an awful situation. It will also support our work to prevent many families and people from losing their home in the first place."

Martin Kelleher, Managing Director, SuperValu said "At SuperValu our retailers play an active part in their local communities so Focus Ireland, through its nationwide support of individuals and communities, was a natural fit. The decision to make a donation from the sale of fruit and vegetables ensured we would support a worthy cause while also following through on our on-going commitment to Irish suppliers."

"Furthermore, our decision to not follow the market in reducing prices, and instead offer a significant percentage of every sale to charity, enabled our customers to make a contribution to a worthy cause while also supporting Irish suppliers. Offering our customers choice as well as quality and value is at the core of the SuperValu offering and we work hard to bring these values to our customers everyday across all our stores."

SuperValu has 199 stores across Ireland and is committed to local employment and supporting local suppliers. 75% of everything on SuperValu’s shelves is sourced or produced in Ireland, contributing over €1.6 billion to the Irish economy and helping to sustain almost 30,000 Irish jobs in the farm, food and retail sector.

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