By Luke Tugby, Roland Bodenham2015-04-02T11:21:00+01:00
Tesco has opened up a new-look food to go store in London’s Villiers Street, which is the grocer’s smallest ever standalone shop at 550 sq ft.
Retail Week went to check out the new store.
A look inside Tesco's new-look food to go store in Villiers Street, London.
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