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RN has named 12 NFRN members in their inaugural 30 under 30 list, shining a light on the industry innovators who strive to improve and support the future of independent retail.

Below is a list of NFRN members who were named in the RN’s 30 under 30 list:

Gary Dhaliwal – Dhaliwal Food Store, Southampton

Amit Puntambekar – Ash’s Shop, Fenstanton, Cambridgeshire

Amrit Singh Pahal – H & Jodie’s Nisa, Walsall, West Midlands

AJ Singh – Premier Morley, Leeds

Dan Brown – Pinkie Farm Convenience Store, Moray

Jack Matthews – Bradley’s Supermarket, Quorn, Leicestershire

Hardeep Nahal – Pedmore Convenience Store, Stourbridge, West Midlands

Anish Panchmatia – Spar Wylde Green, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands

Kirti Patel – Londis Ferme Park Road, London

Viraj and Krupa Patel – Star News, Nottingham

Swarti Rabadia – Rabadia Convenience Store, Leigh, Greater Manchester

Alpesh Shingadia – Budgens Southwater, Horsham, West Sussex

At the NFRN, we strive to support and nurture young and innovative retailers. Without them carrying on the family business or starting up on their own, independent shops would fade into the background. Congratulations to everyone on the 30 under 30 list. You are inspirations to the retail trade.

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