Template:Infobox Co-operative Nisa-Today's is a brand and buying group (or ‘symbol group’) of independent retailers (primarily small grocery shops) and wholesalers in the United Kingdom. It is a mutual organisation owned by its members and operating “ a co-operative, using the collective buying power of the large group of members to negotiate deals with suppliers” (BBC).[1] Its headquarters and ambient distribution depot are located in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire. It also has distribution depots for temperature controlled products at Stoke and Harlow in Essex.

Template:As of, NISA-Today's owner members include 300 wholesalers, and 674 retailers. Members own and operate over 5000 convenience stores and small supermarkets, including the Costcutter symbol group.[2]


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