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For the third time this year, the Fed has teamed up with Booker, the UK’s leading food and drink wholesaler, to bring you some great savings across a host of products.

This time, inside the October edition of our monthly members’ magazine The Fed, there is an exclusive voucher giving you £50 off when you spend £50 or more on any Jack’s products in Booker or Makro cash and carry depots.

Exclusive to Booker, the Jack’s range comprises more than 500 lines, including biscuits, fruit juices, frozen foods, and dog food. Most lines offer a minimum 30 per cent profit on return (POR). In some cases, this can be as much as 45 per cent.

The packaging on the range includes ‘Part of the Tesco family’ branding for customer reassurance.

The voucher is valid until Sunday November 6, but please redeem it as early as possible.

If you send us a photo of you with your Jack’s products, we will send you another voucher in return. Simply email contactus@nfrn.org.uk with your postcode and box number or membership number, if known. Second vouchers will only be posted to members who contact us by lunchtime on 1st November. Photographs may be printed by The Fed.

Announcing this latest promotion, National President Jason Birks said: “With everyone being squeezed by the cost-of-living crisis, Fed members need all the help we can give them. I am, therefore, delighted to be working with Booker on another voucher promotion that will put some money back in members’ tills and give some of you the opportunity to try Jack’s products for the first time.”

Between January and March this year, members could redeem booklets of vouchers worth £225 at retail sales value across a range of leading convenience products.

Between June and early July, we inserted a voucher into The Fed, offering £25 off Euro Shopper products and these were put to good use, with members snapping up £30,000 of product at RSV.

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