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M&S launches new food hall at Abbeycentre

The new M&S food hall at Abbeycentre

RETAILER Marks & Spencer Abbeycentre has unveiled its food-hall transformation showcasing a brand-new look and feel for customers.

From the freshest seasonal produce showcased in a bigger better grocery department, to a bakery which has doubled in size, the store is set to be the ultimate one-stop-shop for local families on the go.

The new look store was opened by store manager Colin McGreevy, who said: “Our customers will be able to shop for every occasion, from everyday staples to mid-week family meals and weekend treats.

“So whether you're popping in for a tasty pizza, picking up fresh ingredients for Sunday lunch, or grabbing a quick dinner for tonight, we've got all you need to make every day delicious.

“From familiar faces to 70 new recruits, we've created specialist roles to give our customers that added-extra personal service including a greengrocer, flowers specialist and wine sommelier. They will provide advice on anything from food and wine pairing to cooking from scratch, to the flowers that will best complement your home.

“In line with M&S' wider plastic reduction plan, the store now boasts a range of features to help our customers reduce, reuse and recycle plastics – such as an increase in loose fresh produce and a free water re-fill station.”

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