Nisa-Today's has launched a host of initiatives to improve services to members as its proposed merger with Costcutter continues.

It has launched its Price Check Plus scheme for retailers in its supermarket pricing tier. The scheme aims to enable retailers in the group, the largest of the three store grades at Nisa-Today's, to match the major multiples on prices.

The organisation has also introduced NisaDrive, a vehicle broking service.

In addition, Nisa-Today's is trialling Instore, its first-ever magazine targeted at shoppers, for its supermarket-graded retailers. Each retailer has been sent 1,000 copies to display in-store.

The publication features news of promotions, coupons offering money off food and drink and competitions. Nisa-Today's aims to roll it out as a quarterly magazine.