Sainsbury’s has opened its doors to its new Wembley’s High Road branch.
The new branch will be open every day of the week from 7am to 11pm and will feature over 2600 products, which includes a range of fresh fruit and vegetables, dairy, fresh bakery and other household grocery products.
Customers will also be able to pick up a coffee from the in-store self-service Costa machine.
The convenience store was officially opened by Brent Council Mayor, Cllr. Ernest Ezeajughi and is supported by a team of 17, including seven new recruits to the business.
The news comes as in January Sainsbury’s announced an additional £1 million community fund for stores to donate to charities and other good causes in their local areas.
“We are looking forward to becoming an essential part of the community in Wembley and providing employment for local people”, Sainsbury’s Wembley Place store manager Jaber Mia said.
“We have a great team of colleagues who are really looking forward to meeting and serving our customers. This store gives residents convenience, quality and great value.”