Photo grabbed from FamilyMart Malaysia's Facebook page.

FamilyMart launches Food Superstore concept in Malaysia

Designed with earthy tones, the stores bring a wide selection of daily foods.

FamilyMart has introduced its new Food Superstore concept in Malaysia, bringing a new look and feel in earthy tones that aims to give customers a comfortable shopping and dining experience, the company said in a social media post.

Located at FamilyMart Sri Petaling and Bandar Puteri Puchong, the Food Superstore brings a wide selection of daily foods, hot snacks, and convenient frozen meals on top of existing favourites Oden, Onigiri, Sofuto, and more.

Customers can enjoy these food offerings in store, on-the-go, or they may stock them up at home as any meal of the day, the company said.

Based in Japan, FamilyMart is the world’s 2nd largest convenience store chain, with over 17,500 stores across various markets globally, according to its company profile.

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