Jack’s Supermarket will officially open its doors in Hull on Thursday and finally preparations are underway.
The new supermarket, part of the Tesco family, confirmed plans last year to replace the Mothercare store at Kingston Retail Park, and is said to rival the likes of bargain supermarkets Aldi and Lidl.
Today newly recruited staff have been stacking shelves, cleaning, and decorating in preparation for the launch.
There is all the food you can imagine at bargain prices, electronics, home ware, and even toys on display.
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The new store bring 17 job opportunities to the area as well as some must-have bargains. The new store is set to rival the likes of Aldi and Lidl.
Members of the public will be able to head for their first shop at the new supermarket on July 15.
What’s more, the supermarket is launching a charity support scheme in honour of late founder Jack Cohen, who was committed to bringing affordable food to everyone.
Chris Dimaline said: “From in-store fun days to grassroots sports sponsorship, we pride ourselves on our work with within the local community and are excited to learn more about the people of Hull, to support them and make a difference.
“We’re delighted to bring Jack’s to the people of Hull, not only to deliver the best quality products at unbelievable value, but also to provide a friendly, safe environment for shoppers.”
And customers can also be in the chance with getting the first dibs on Jack’s products with their competition.
Customers could win up to £350, a TV, smart watch or coffee machine.
The opportunity to win these major prizes is available now until July 28 and our readers can collect a token our paper every day.
Here is the first look inside Jack’s Supermarket.