SUPA MOVE: The Coles supermarket in Northbridge will become a Supa IGA next week. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Coles, IGA complete store swap

Independent grocery group Metcash is set to finalise its first store swap in Western Australia with supermarket giant Coles.


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Bibra Lake
The IGA supermarket at Cockburn Central used to have an excellent fresh fish section so I hope that is a feature of the new IGA Northbridge store.

This store is about a kilometre from the new IGA Inglewood Superstore. It services the Students from the Central Institute of Technology and the residents in the Northbridge area and people travelling through Northbridge. I find IGA's fresh food prices are dearer than Coles but they do have a wider range of brands.

Somehow they've managed to take the most expensive coles store I've ever encountered, and replace it with a substantially more expensive IGA. I guess it was time I got re-acquainted with the local butchers/green-grocers/etc anyway.

This store is terrible. Unfriendly staff, expensive prices, and an abundance of Black and Gold branded items. The times I have gone there the store always seems empty. As a Northbridge resident I now either have to walk into Perth, or drive ~5km to buy groceries.

I agree with John, this has become daggy and unorganised and whats up witth the whole cooking oil shelf being black and gold. I live in the same building as the store and i have started buying groceries from the woolies in the city on my way home from work. very disappointed.

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