By Hugh Radojev2019-09-26T06:52:00
The grocer is set to close a Jack’s store in Lancashire to reopen a Tesco supermarket instead, after a five-month-long trial.
A spokeswoman for Tesco confirmed that the supermarket giant would be closing its cut-price Jack’s fascia in the town of Rawtenstall, East Lancashire, would be restoring a Tesco store to the 40,000 sq ft unit instead.
The Rawenstall store was one of the first Jack’s bulk-buy fascias to be launched by the grocer back in April. However, the spokeswoman said that “following customer feedback”, Tesco felt the area would be better suited with a more traditional format.
“We are set to open a refreshed Tesco store at Bocholt Way in Rawtenstall. Earlier this year we launched a unique bulk buy Jack’s trial store that was 40,000 sqft but following local customer feedback we have decided that a Tesco store will better serve customers in this area,” she sai
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