Quinnsworth was founded by Pat Quinn in 1966 and was sold to Powers Supermarkets Limited in the 1970s. During the 1970s, the slogan used was “Let’s get it all together at Quinnsworth”. Powers Supermarkets Limited was the parent company, but used Quinnsworth as its marketing name. The company became a wholly owned subsidiary of Associated British Foods plc. And run by supermarket executive Don Tidey. In Quinnsworth’s final years, Yellow Pack was replaced by Premium Choice as the own brand. Quinnsworth was remembered for its advertising campaigns featuring its marketing director Maurice Pratt (later became chief executive of Tesco Ireland), who would personally introduce new product promotions, ending each advert with the company slogan, “That’s Real Value”.
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