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Fruit and Veg City - Richards Bay



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Fruit and Veg City Holdings (Pty) Ltd was founded in March 1993 by two brothers, Brian and Mike Coppin. The first store was opened in Access Park (Cape Town). Their common sense approach to marketing fresh produce and maintaining a no frills business that is value driven right down to store level, has allowed the company to grow from a one-store operation to the largest seller of fruit, vegetables and other fresh produce items in South Africa, with a total of over 100 stores in 2008.

Fruit and Veg City - Richards Bay

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Latitude -28.7519° S 28.7519° S 28° 45' 6.84" -28° 45.114'
Longitude 32.0539° E 32.0539° E 32° 3' 14.04" 32° 3.234'
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Richards Bay
KwaZulu-Natal
South Africa
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