Sudbury’s Aldi supermarket in Girling Street reopens next week after a six-week renovation programme resulting in the creation of five new jobs.
The store, which opened in 2000, has been given a makeover and now includes an extended chiller and fruit and vegetable section – as well as improved staff areas.
The company says it has undertaken the renovations following feedback from customers, and says it will be revealing its new look when it opens at 8am on Monday.
Store manager Austen Mitchell said: “We can’t wait to welcome our customers back into the new-look store.
“We have made lots of great changes to meet customer demand and they will allow us to offer an increased number of product lines at affordable prices.
”The project has also created an additional five jobs for the store, providing further job opportunities for the local community,” he added.
The new jobs available are for store assistants, and a spokeswoman for Aldi said anyone interested could get more information about them from the supermarket or online at www.aldirecruitment.co.uk.
Ten new jobs were created at the supermarket in 2012.
The company said it was recruiting for positions across the region as a result of increased sales growth, footfall and an increased focus on customer service.
Nationally, Aldi was awarded Retailer of the Year and voted the UK’s top supermarket according to the Which? supermarket satisfaction survey.