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    Catch is teaming up with Kmart, expanding Kmart’s digital presence and making thousands of products from the Anko range available on

    From today (14 January), Aussies can shop on Catch for a wide selection of Kmart’s Anko product range.

    The range includes the latest arrivals in appliances, home décor, bedding, furniture, as well as storage and organisation products.

    “We are thrilled to partner with one of the country’s most iconic retailers,” says Managing Director at Catch, Pete Sauerborn.

    “We know how much Aussies love the Kmart brand, and we’re excited to have them on board as part of our product offering on Catch.”

    Kmart Retail Director, John Gualtieri says the partnership, makes it even easier for customer to access Kmart’s product range.

    “As Kmart continues to grow, it’s incredibly important that we provide a great and convenient experience for our customers, wherever they choose to shop with us. This partnership with Catch will mean Australians have even more ways to access our great products at everyday low prices.”

    Catch customers can also choose to click and collect their Anko orders, through select Target and K Hub stores.

    Consumers can discover Kmart’s Anko range, that is available on now.

    Kmart Anko range available on

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