Renovated Dartford Co-op Store in Lane End Reopens with Exciting New Features and Commitment to Sustainability

Dartford Co-op Store in Lane End Receives Exciting Makeover

Residents in Darenth are in for a treat as the popular Co-op store in Lane End near Dartford has recently reopened after a six-week renovation. The store, which has received a £740,000 investment, now boasts a brand new look and a variety of new features.

Store manager Samantha Smith-Nottage and her team are thrilled to welcome back their loyal customers and introduce them to the store’s revamped layout. With an extended range of products, including a wide selection of chilled and fresh produce, customers can now find everything they need in one convenient location. The store also offers an array of everyday essentials, food-to-go options, Fairtrade products, and a selection of flowers, chilled beers, wines, and free-from, vegan, and plant-based products.

In addition to the new products, the Co-op still offers a small customer parking area and a free cash machine for added convenience. For those on-the-go, the store features a Costa Coffee Express and an instore bakery, as well as parcel collection services. And for those who prefer to shop from the comfort of their own home, the Co-op offers deliveries from its own online shop, as well as through Uber Eats and Deliveroo.

One of the most exciting new features of the store is the soft plastic recycle unit, where the community can now recycle soft plastics, such as crisp packets, bread bags, and lids from ready meals. This initiative is part of the store’s commitment to sustainability and reducing its environmental impact.

Store manager Samantha Smith-Nottage shared her enthusiasm for the store’s transformation, saying, “The store looks fantastic, and we are really enjoying welcoming our members and customers back into their Co-op. Our aim is to be a central part of local life, and with our expanded range and added services, we hope to provide a convenient and compelling shopping experience for our community.” With over 14 jobs supported by the store, the Co-op in Lane End is not just a supermarket, but a vital part of the community.

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