Sainsbury’s has opened the doors to its newest store located in Salford.
The Salford New Bailey Square Local store is stocked with freshly baked goods, orange juice and Costa Coffee machines, alongside a wide selection of grocery and household products.
The store has hired 18 staff members to run the site and will be open 7am until 11pm from Monday to Sunday.
The Big 4 grocer also announced that it will be supporting local charities, including Salford Women’s Aid, Wood Street Mission and Salford Food Bank.
“We are delighted to be opening a new Local store in such a vibrant and exciting area of Salford,” Sainsbury’s property director Patrick Dunne said.
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“I’m sure customers visiting the store will enjoy the convenience of all the great value and quality products on offer alongside the friendly service from our colleagues.”
Sainsbury’s Salford New Bailey Square store manager Shelly Williams added: “Our great team of colleagues have done a fantastic job to get the store launch ready and we can’t wait to welcome customers.
“We know how important access to great value groceries is, which is why we’re so proud to be opening the doors today.”
The store is the latest in a series of recent openings from Sainsbury’s, including outlets in Hamilton and Leeds Colton launched earlier this month.