IPSWICH rugby league legend Allan Langer will officially kick off trading for Goodna's newest supermarket tomorrow.
The new Goodna IGA, on the corner of Queen and Albert Sts will be opened by the former Jet and Bronco at 8am.
Co-owner Gaurav Bansal says the store is placing an emphasis on being green.
"This is our first green store," he said.
"We're using all LED lights in the fridges.
"Along the same line, the refrigerant is also environmentally friendly."
Mr Bansal, who co-owns the store with his brother Vishal, said the new IGA supermarket would stock a range of products to cater for the area's Pacific Islander population.
"There's a range of products in store for people from the Pacific Islands and New Zealand who are some of the big population groups around here.
"We really wanted to be able to provide for them too."
Mr Bansal said 25 Goodna locals were already employed by the new store.
IGA National board chairman Mick Daly said the store was in a great position.
"We welcome the latest IGA Goodna store into the IGA supermarket group and we are proud to continue to support Australian owned businesses," Mr Daly said.
"Furthermore, every IGA is committed to tailoring its product offerings to meet the needs of their local market, so our Goodna offerings will vary from other stores to suit our local customers.
"Across the country, IGA is leading the way with innovative new store designs that specifically promote Australian-made, owned and grown products.
"This includes using devices like 'shelve talkers' to actively inform customers that a product is made here."
The Bansals also own IGA stores in West Ipswich and Brassall.