Sainsbury’s unveils 8th Neighbourhood Hub store


Sainsbury’s has relaunched its new Shepperton High Street Local, following a major investment to extend and upgrade the store to the grocer’s Neighbourhood Hub format.

The relaunched Shepperton store is the eighth Sainsbury’s Local to adopt the Neighbourhood Hub format, with previous stores situated in Melbourne, Billingshurst, Whitstable High Street and Penwortham and recently opened stores in Woodhall Spa, Midhurst and Bishop’s Waltham.

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Sainsbury’s Neighbourhood Hub stores are a food-led extension of the Big 4 grocer’s renowned convenience offer whose increased size and range.

As a result the new 5,477 sq. ft. store is now over 20% larger and features a larger selection of branded and own brand pantry staples, in a greater variety of sizes alongside around 900 new products, which have been added.

“Our newest Neighbourhood Hub looks and feels brilliant and I’m sure our customers will enjoy the result of our investment in Shepperton High Street,” Sainsbury’s property director Patrick Dunne said.

“Our Neighbourhood Hub stores are designed to provide the best possible offer for the local communities they serve, with a product range that gives customers access to everything they need for a weekly shop in their own neighbourhood.”

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