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The term is most commonly used in the North Island of New Zealand, but also to a lesser extent in Northern New England, Newfoundland and Labrador, and elsewhere as an alternative name for a "convenience store" or "mini-mart."
- Story uses "dairy", and "superette" to refer to the "Uptown Minimart"
- showing 748 superettes in New Zealand - all but 6 in the North Island
- ...convenience stores (ie service stations, dairies, grocery stores and superettes)..., Statistics New Zealand
- "Janetos Superette", New Hampshire
- Sully's Superette, New Hampshire
- showing 20 superettes in Newfoundland
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