Supermarket Shopping

All of our supermarkets in Cambridge are open for business. Each supermarket will have their own Health and Safety Policy, so please respect this! Let's keep everyone safe, together.

#shopnormal - please shop like you normally would and remember this no need to stockpile.

Be kind - With everything else happening in the world aside, let's continue to be kind and considerate towards other shoppers, staff and one another.

Please know that our food supply chain is robust. The supermarkets are working hard to ensure all the grocery items New Zealand households might need are on the shelf and readily available. Together we've got this.

New World Cambridge

Address: 14 Anzac Street, Leamington, Cambridge 3434
Hours: 7am-9pm, 7 days a week
Phone: 07 827 7533

To order online visit:

Countdown Cambridge

Address: Cnr Queen &, Empire Street, Cambridge 3434
Hours: 7am-10pm, 7 days a week
Phone:  07-823 5971

To order online:

Fresh Choice Leamington

Address: 46 Burns Street, Leamington, Cambridge 3432
Hours: 7am-9pm, 7 days a week
Phone: 07-823 7144

To order online:

Local Essential Shopping

A number of our local businesses are offering online ordering - 
Through websites, via a phone app or phone:

Wholly Cow

Remember we are responsible for the whole journey from paddock, processing and packaging to personal delivery.
Phone the team at the Butchery on 07 827-6651 between Monday - Thursday 8am - 1.30pm. The Wholly Cow team will explain about payment and delivery.

Volare Bread

Fresh baking of your favourite breads during lockdown, delivered to your door.

Order online:

Over the Moon Cheese

We will continue delivering to your door and supplying our cheeses to our network of supermarkets and food stockists that remain open nationwide. 

Order online:

Alexander Organics

Alexander Organics is real passionate about Healthy, Honest and Sustainable farming. 

Order fresh milk online:

Direct from the Market

We love being able to provide fresh produce to you weekly, we sometimes have produce left over.  We donate any left over's to the Salvation Army Foodbank and any families in the community who are in need of a little help.  
Order online:

The Muesli Company

We are passionate about creating heavenly Gluten Free Muesli and Muesli bars for you to enjoy. 

Order online:

Dante’s Fine Food

We are still operating online. orders are sent out us if you need any assistance. 

Order online:

Good George

If your favourite tipple isn’t in the supermarket then you can
order online:

Alpha Street Kitchen

Exciting news!!
Here’s a way you can still support us (please!) and get some great wines to your door. Win win wine!
Use code: SOSALPHA
Buy online:

Black Shepherd Apiaries

For your Manuka Honey needs.

Order online:

Nappy Heaven

We continue to ship orders once a week. Check out our website and buy online:


MBIE Approved Items Which can be shipped now:
Order online:

Cambridge Grains

We are still running local deliveries.
We are operating during the hours of 8am – 5pm Monday to Friday to organise deliveries – Saturdays will now be closed for the foreseeable future.
Please feel free to contact us on 07 827 4453 or email: 

Petstock Cambridge

We're open for online order home delivery.
Online purchases from home delivery will be delivered  between one and three days.
Phone 07 823 5651

Order online:

Cambridge Glass

For any of your glazing needs outside of Insurance please call us: Glenn on 0274 986 046 or Jos on 0272 559 975 and we will do what we can to ensure your home or property is secured.

Price-gouging tipline

Kiwis concerned about potential price gouging at supermarkets during the coronavirus lockdown can now report the issue directly to government officials.
Government does not want any companies to exploit the Covid-19 situation, and has  broadened the criteria for "essential services" to cover goods like heaters, fridges and computers.
Government officials had been in daily contact with the major supermarket chains and had found no evidence to support claims of gouging.
However, a dedicated email address - - had been set up by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) so the public could report any cases of concern.

Local newspapers

Local newspapers have been deemed as non-essential, however they’re still publishing, online!