The Co-operative defends Honiton investment
‘Positive feedback’ from customers received by supermarket.
THE Co-operative has defended the result of its recent store re-fit in Honiton, saying it has received positive feedback from customers.
A spokesperson said: “The Co-operative Food store in Honiton was refitted as part of a rolling programme of store upgrades designed to improve the shopping experience for our customers.
“The upgrade included new d�cor, extensions to the fresh and chilled range, as well as more lines added to the bakery section.”
The spokesperson added: “The width between the aisles has not increased, but we have realigned the shelving units to create a more shopper-friendly layout.
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“We always aim to fulfil the needs of the local community, and we have had positive feedback from customers regarding the new layout of the store.”
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