How to save £1,000 a year by opening a Lulus boutique in Dublin
Dubliners can now save up to £1.50 on groceries with a Lulu boutique, with the chain opening a new outlet in the centre of town.
The chain, which has a presence in Ireland, New Zealand and the UK, is opening a second branch in the city on Monday, which will include a range of items from meat and fish to desserts and coffee.
It has been opening new branches in the UK for the past six months, with some shoppers keen to use the new shop space as a source of income.
The new outlet will offer a wide range of products including bread, cheese, bread and pasta, as well as a range a snacks and beverages range.
The Lulu outlet is part of a wider expansion of Lulus brand across the UK.
Lulus, which opened in New Zealand in October 2015, is owned by Irish-based company Lulus Ireland, which owns the Lulus name.
Its new shop will be located in the heart of the city, which is home to around 80,000 people.
The Irish Times understands the company will also open a new branch in London.
The company has said it has sold more than 100,000 products in Ireland since opening in 2015.