Sheffield stores to get a £730,000 revamp

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Two Sheffield supermarkets are to be relaunched following an investment of £730,000.

The Co-operative Food shops in Crookes and in Dore have been redesigned ‘around an appreciation of good food, wine and modern cuisine’.

The Crookes store will launch on next Thursday, July 11.

And the Terrace Road store in Dore will launch next week on Thursday, July 18.

Both stores are said to be brighter with more shopper-friendly layouts, new in-store bakeries and eco-refrigeration.

Shoppers will benefit from an improved range of ‘free from’, wholefood and Fairtrade products.

There will also be an increased range of fine wines.

Stephen Walker, Co-operative operations manager in Sheffield, said: “Sheffield residents are passionate about their food.

“Our new-look Co-operative food stores in Crookes and Dore will certainly reflect this.

“The stores will be packed with great-value quality products.

“There will also be 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 shoppers lead busy lives, and the store teams will be on hand to help customers get the most out of their visits.”