Grocery Store, Takeaway and Catering Business – Whyalla, SA 


Multiple Income Streams – Cheap Rent – Potential to Boost Revenue  

Jenkins Friendly Grocer in Whyalla has adapted and diversified over the years – developing a strong social media presence, excellent Google traffic/SEO, and a fully customisable online ordering system.  

The Catering side of the business is very successful, with regular clients including Schools, Government Departments, local businesses and private functions. 

Takeaway food is the core part of the business – with easy access for trucks and large vehicles. 

With the right enthusiastic buyer, there is potential to grow the business substantially – by reintroducing tobacco sales (high demand from customers), employing more staff, and linking the existing online ordering system with DoorDash delivery drivers. 

  • Recent facelift with a fresh paint job, floors, brand new lighting and other fixture upgrades
  • Operated in Whyalla for the past 20+ years 
  • Multiple income streams – Groceries, Coffee, Takeaway food, Online ordering and Catering 
  • Busy location in residential area with regular daily repeat customers 
  • Ample easy parking access, including large vehicles/trucks 
  • Easy menu with a procedure manual created for new staff 
  • Marketing material templates for menu and catering brochures 
  • Modern coffee machine – very profitable  
  • Prepares daily school lunch orders for two schools 
  • Popular catering choice for government departments, offices, private functions 
  • Fully customisable online ordering system through Orderup 
  • Website, Google SEO, Facebook (3800+ followers) – JFG is one of the top search results when typing ‘Catering Whyalla’ 
  • Owner wants to reduce workload to P/T and care for a family member. 

The Australian Federal Government has committed $100 million towards the development of a hydrogen hub in Whyalla, South Australia. The hub, which will be built by the Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG), will produce hydrogen using renewable energy sources and ship it to Japan and South Korea. The project is expected to create hundreds of jobs in the area.

Price: $120,000  WIWO- Negotiable

The sale price includes stock, plant, equipment, and a Ford station wagon used for deliveries.

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  • State: South Australia
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