Shoprite is once again stepping up to enable entrepreneurs to grow their businesses with the 2021 Shoprite Hustle competition.
The annual competition boosts small business development and will celebrate established and promising small business owners who stand to win a share of more than R1 million in prizes.
Local plant supplier Fado Art has seen phenomenal growth since the company started supplying their range of succulents to Checkers, and has expanded the scope of its operation and rapidly increased its headcount to meet demand.
Red Baron's East London location, far from the more traditional tomato growing regions of South Africa, has been central to its recent success - and their use of greenhouses and hydroponics only further reduces the risk of climate change and maximises output to supply retail chains.
Elias Pangane began farming mielies purely to feed his family - but he’s managed to turn a humble backyard operation into a fully fledged business that now supplies Africa’s largest retail group.
An entrepreneur has taken his Magaliesberg mushroom farm from a pipe dream to a burgeoning business that now employs 175 people, and supplies hundreds of stores with high quality local produce.
Shoprite is always looking to expand its offerings. If you have a product you want us to sell, these are the steps to become a Shoprite supplier:
Tell us about your product and your business.
Our buyers will review your details and contact you if you are a good fit.
If accepted and you meet all the listing requirements, you’re on your way.
Our Supply Chain
The integrity and efficiency of our supply chain is key to our business success. Our centralised distribution model also allows us to enable smaller suppliers to enter the formal retail sector through an established route to market and in this way we contribute to growing an inclusive economy.Find out how