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Norfolk-Crescent’s ‘Hurryup’ opens doors


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Norfolk Foods Ltd. opened its exclusive mini store and café on 7 December, offering its customers the full range of products from its Norfolk and Crescent ranges, which includes all-time favourites and a new selection of products and accompanying dips and sauces.

The occasion was graced by C.P. Group, Thailand Chairman (Sri Lanka region) Pratan and Ambassador of Thailand to Sri Lanka and Maldives Chulamanee Chartsuwan.

Conveniently located at 40/A, Chitra Lane, Colombo 5, the new store is opened to the public from 10.00 am and 7.00 p.m. on every day except Sundays and Poya days. Attractive discount offers on all frozen items are available on store from 7 December to 9 December 2018. 


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