Asda Bletchley superstore set for new food court and eco-friendly refill stations in major transformation – Buckinghamshire Live

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The supermarket chains gigantic store in Milton Keynes is undergoing a refit and will include new features in partnership with some big-name brandsFor

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The supermarket chains gigantic store in Milton Keynes is undergoing a refit and will include new features in partnership with some big-name brands
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A new food court and dry refill sections are coming to one of Buckinghamshire's biggest supermarkets.
Asda's supermarket in Bletchley is currently undergoing a huge refit, including an overhaul of the clothing section and cafe.
The soon-to-be-open food court at the Milton Keynes store will include offerings from 'Food for Now' partners with Asda.
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It will included American brands such as bakery firm Cinnabon and New York-style pizzeria S’barro.
Eco-friendly refill stations will be found on a number of aisles, as a cereal station includes some of Kellogg's most popular brands as well as Nestle, Quaker Oats and Asda's own brand breakfast offerings.
Tea and coffee, pasta, rice, pet food, laundry and health and beauty stations will also be opened as the store undergoes a visual transformation as well as a practical one.
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An Asda spokesperson said there will be a 'new look and feel' throughout the store, as a Rawr Beauty concession also opens when the work is completed in a matter of weeks.
The George clothing department also gets an overhaul with partnerships with clothing brands such as Missguided and In the Style.
A sports and fitness zone is on the way, with 35 bays of Decathlon products and eight bays of My Protein products.
There will also be an automated parcel collections and returns unit, where customers can shop at George.com and over 100 retailers online for quick self-service parcel collections and returns via ‘toyou’ in store.
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