A SUPERMARKET is set to unveil its newly refurbished store in Carnforth.

Aldi will reveal a fresh new look for the shop in Scotland Road when it re-opens to customers on Thursday, April 28 at 8am.

Standing at 990 sqm of retail space, company bosses have promised a more ‘customer-focused layout’ which allows for the products customers know and love to be found more easily, whilst browsing new ranges.

The transformation is part of Aldi’s £600m investment into further improving its stores and services across the UK and is based on feedback from more than 50,000 customers.

The Project Fresh renovations have been ongoing since 2018.

Customers can expect increased space, dedicated to fresh British meat and fish, as well as popular Lacura health and beauty products, award-winning beers, wines and spirits, Mamia babycare products, and a new and improved Food to Go section, offering a choice of fresh salads, sandwiches and sushi for busy customers.

And the format has been created to make shopping easier for customers and the store will now have more space and clearer signs to make shopping effortless.

Fresh bread and cakes have been moved to the last aisle, preventing them from getting squashed under customers’ shopping, and the store will now offer new, easy-to-browse freezers.

The store employs 33 members of the community, and the refurbishment will create additional jobs.

Carnforth customers can also take a walk down the ‘Aisle of Aldi’, where they will find legendary Specialbuys which are available every Thursday and Sunday.

During re-opening week, the store will be offering a range of outdoor furnishings and accessories, including indoor/outdoor throws for £9.99, floor cushions for £24.99 and solar wind spinner stake lights for £16.99.

Aldi store manager Jen Cove said: “The store is looking fantastic, and we can’t wait to welcome our loyal customers back so they can see it for themselves.

“We’re committed to making sure that the shopping experience each customer enjoys in our stores is on a par with the products and services they’re used to.”