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Pick 'n Pay - Kroonstad



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The Pick n Pay Group is one of Africa's largest and most consistently successful retailers of food, general merchandise and clothing.

Today, the Pick n Pay Group has a total of 775 stores, made up of Hypermarkets, Supermarkets and Family Stores (which are franchise stores). Pick n Pay employs over 38 000 people, and generates an annual turnover of USD6.76-billion.

Normal trading hours:
08:00 - 19:00
Saturday: 07:30 - 19:00
Sunday: 08:00 - 17:00

Pick n Pay - Kroonstad

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Latitude -27.6658° S 27.6658° S 27° 39' 56.88" -27° 39.948'
Longitude 27.2326° E 27.2326° E 27° 13' 57.36" 27° 13.956'
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Kroonstad
Free State
South Africa
Phone No.
056 213 2771
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 56 213 2771

Fax No.
056 213 2516
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 56 213 2516

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