WOOLWORTHS has unveiled the first in its “next generation” of stores featuring overhauled fresh food sections and an increased health range.
Woolworths at Warringah Mall on Sydney’s Northern Beaches reopened on Thursday the 10th November 2016 after a multimillion-dollar upgrade, offering a more modern and convenient shopping experience.
The supermarket says customers’ health will be a key focus of the new store rollouts. Loose organic fruit and vegetables will be on offer, while 26 bays in one aisle are solely dedicated to healthy eating options with a large selection of new on-trend health foods and choose your own bulk foods and nuts.
Woolworths says its popular free fruit for kids offering will also be organic, and the “marketplace” feel of the fruit and vege section will extend to the rest of the store.
Streetbuild worked through the day and night to relocate the fresh areas, moved the bakery to the rear of the store and the sushi and meat departments moved in line to create a larger produce area. This included the incorporation of the first “Cake World” in a Woolworths Store and the second “Cheese Store” that has it’s very own dedicated full-time cheese expert.
Recently the store was featured in the latest Retail Analysis Magazine and was recognised as one of the 15 best refurbishments in the world. This was a brilliant outcome for both Woolworths and for Streetbuild.