Store to unveil new food and new refurbishments

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A STORE has been refurbished to provide the best service to its customers.

Nisa staff member, Oli Lodge, and his team, have recently refurbished their forecourt store based at the Crossroads in West Meon.

The store will be unveiled today with its customers able to enjoy food tasting throughout the day from the store’s new hot food area.

Customers will also be able to take advantage of the enhanced offer as well as a range of promotions.

Lucy Jordan, store manager, said: ‘We have worked hard to create a store which not only meets the needs of our local community but also serves the many commuters that take advantage of our offer.

‘The refurbished store provides a fantastic range of hot food, which can be enjoyed in the store or to take away.

‘It also places great emphasis on the importance of local suppliers to independent retailers.

‘We hope our customers enjoy our refurbished store as much as we do.’

The store has increased in size to 2,500 sq ft and now incorporates 15 parking spaces, to create ease of shopping for its customers.