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Home Bargains acquires Quality Save discount chain

Home Bargains has acquired variety discount chain Quality Save. Founded in 1974, Quality Save has 21 stores in the north of England. It has now become… View Article

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Home Bargains acquires Quality Save discount chain

Home Bargains has acquired variety discount chain Quality Save.

Founded in 1974, Quality Save has 21 stores in the north of England. It has now become a wholly owned subsidiary of  TJ Morris, which trades as Home Bargains.

TJ Morris was established in 1976 and now has more than 500 stores and employs 27,000 people.

A Home Bargains spokesman told The Grocer: “We are pleased to confirm that TJ Morris acquired Quality Save with effect from 26 January 2023.

“Our existing working relationship makes Quality Save a great fit for the TJ Morris Group and we’re excited that we are now able to bring these stores into Home Bargains, increasing our store numbers and simplifying how we work.”

Paul Rowland, operations director of Home Bargains, has now become a director of Quality Save while Quality Save directors Paul, Diane and Richard Rudkin have all stepped down.

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