SuperValu King's Road, Belfast, Sees £430k Revamp
Musgrave has announced that SuperValu King’s Road has undergone a massive £430k revamp which has created eight new jobs.
The King’s Road store, which first opened in 1996, now comprises a new hot and cold deli, an upgraded butchery area, and the Frank and Honest coffee chain.
SuperValu said that the new development ‘promises to cater to every type of customer’, from local residents to the busy office worker.
“Along with an abundance of fresh, local produce, SuperValu King’s Road also showcases additional convenience store concepts including a Post Office which is essential for some of our customers who don’t want the hassle of travelling into the city centre,” King’s Road store manager, Raymond Barr, said.
“We believe in working with local food and drink producers and are proud to be stocking sweets from Aunt Sandra’s, Bells’ Tea and a range from Kirk’s Home Bakery, to name a few, and our red meat is all sourced from Northern Ireland.”
He added that feedback from customers has been positive, with one person describing it as ‘phenomenal’.
“We strive to provide customers with convenient, inspiring shopping solutions, by combining high-quality products and exceptional value. It’s imperative to us that our customers enjoy the traditional values of outstanding customer service and good quality, fresh foods, paired with competitive pricing,” he added.
“With additional amenities including a post office, free ATM and a free home delivery service we are responding to the changing needs of the busy consumer by providing solutions that help to make life easier.”
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