MVR Cash & Carry ( — www.MVRWholesale.com), the largest self-serve food and convenience wholesaler in Ontario, is announcing significant changes to its store with the aim of making customer visits easier and quicker.
"MVR Cash & Carry is updating everything from the layout to the signage," says Mike Commisso, co-owner and operator of MVR Cash & Carry. "The changes are focused on making things more specified for our customers so they can find whatever they need quickly, which is definitely important when considering the large selection of stock available."
Commisso explains that the overhaul is focused on ways to improve efficiency and reduce many potential delays that customers could experience. Changes include having every product inspected to make sure they have labels that scan at the registers, managers being posted in every section for questions, and more that will serve to avoid situations that can cost customers time.
"This doesn't mean the business was trouble-prone in the past,” he adds. “Rather, part of any business’ growth means finding ways to improve, and that is what is being done here, and in a big way."
MVR Cash & Carry's facilities are also getting revitalized. This includes everything from ensuring someone is always on-hand for washroom maintenance to making sure shopping carts are in peak condition.
"Accessibility is vital, as use of the store shouldn't take more effort than simply shopping at it,” Commisso concludes. “After-hours daily stock replenishing has already begun and new registers and floor staff have been added. It's all about ensuring customers can shop easier and faster."
MVR Cash & Carry is a family-owned and operated wholesale food distributor in Toronto serving retailers, independent grocery stores, catering companies, and many small businesses. For more information and product offerings from MVR Cash & Carry, visit www.MVRWholesale.com.
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