Sam Uffindell Now Allegedly Buying Family Groceries Online

Sam Uffindell on couch looking at new world shopping app.



Following recent controversy over comments he made about his supermarket habits, Tauranga MP Sam Uffindell is reportedly embracing the convenience of online grocery shopping. 

Uffindell, who faced criticism for remarks that were perceived as sexist, seems to have shifted his approach by trying out the New World online shopping app.

In response to the backlash, Uffindell is expressing admiration for how easy it is to use the app, claiming it will allow him to avoid public scrutiny while still engaging in everyday tasks.

“It’s quite fantastic, really,” Uffindell said. “With this online shopping app, I can now conveniently buy groceries for my family without the need for a National Party jacket or any unnecessary attention. Plus, I can keep track of current prices without needing to physically visit the store.”

He further praised the app’s user-friendly interface, stating, “It’s incredibly intuitive. I can browse through a wide range of products, compare prices, and make informed decisions for my family without any fuss. It’s like having a supermarket at my fingertips.”

Uffindell’s pivot to online grocery shopping is seen by some as a response to the controversy of his previous comments. But by giving online shopping a try, he has undoubtedly embraced a more modern and equitable approach to household responsibilities.

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