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Stores transformed after £630,000 investment
7:00am Friday 6th December 2013 in News
Two Co-operative Food stores in Cheshire are set to be transformed following a £630,000 investment between them, which will create a new shopping experience for customers.
The stores, in Shropshire Street, Audlem, and Stapeley, Nantwich, have been redesigned around an appreciation of good food, wine and modern cuisine. They will re-open their doors following the refurbishments on Wednesday, 11 December.
Alongside an increased range of premium Truly Irresistible products, there will be improved ranges of fresh and chilled produce to enable customers to effortlessly create fabulous-tasting meals.
They will also be able to take advantage of some great offers, and choose from a wider choice of ready meals.
Shoppers will benefit from an improved range of “free from”, wholefood and Fairtrade products, and will also be able to enjoy selecting a bottle of wine, from the increased range of fine wines, to accompany their meals.
Richard Billington, Store Manager of the Shropshire Street store, said: “Our local customers are passionate about their food and our new-look Co-operative Food store will certainly reflect this. The store will be packed with great-value, quality products and modern and interesting meal ideas that, while quick and easy to put together, are sure to impress.
“Our products will reflect that The Co-operative is the leading supermarket supporter of Fairtrade, and is committed to sourcing British products were possible. We know our customers lead busy personal and professional lives, and my dedicated and knowledgeable store team will be on hand to help them and make recommendations so they can get the most out of their visits to our store, and pick up delicious food conveniently.”
Both new-look stores will re-open on Wednesday, 11 December.
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