Co-op launches new Cannock Store

Co-op has announced that there will be a new store opening in Cannock, Staffordshire. The store will be located on Longford Road and opened to serve the community on Friday, 6 November.

The Co-op have revealed that it has invested more than £500,000 into opening its latest store, with 13 new jobs created locally.

The plans have included a car park for customers to easily visit the store. It also includes an in-store bakery and Costa coffee, alongside a focus on fresh, healthy produce, ready meals and pizzas, free-from and vegan products, Fairtrade, food-to-go and, everyday essentials, the core route of all Co-op stores.

Not only does it provide its groceries to customers who visit the store, it has also partnered with Deliveroo – with the service going live from the new Cannock store later this month making shopping for consumers easier than ever. Co-op is the most widely available supermarket on the Deliveroo App.

Liz Webb, Co-op area manager, revealed: ”We are delighted to have the opportunity to make such a significant investment in Cannock. The store has a great look and feel, and we have worked to develop the range, choice, products and services locally that will create a really compelling offer to serve the community, conveniently.

“We are committed to connecting communities and making a difference locally, and to operating at the heart of local life. That is why we also want customers to know that they can become a Member of their Co-op, and that they can make a difference to local causes every time they swipe their Membership card when buying own branded products.”

Co-op provides a funding boost locally and saves shoppers money through its re-launched membership scheme. In addition to personalised offers and exclusive in-store deals, Members are rewarded with 2p in every pound they spend on Co-op branded products added to their Membership account balance. The retailer also shares a further 2% with community causes. As well as unlocking extra value in food stores, Members are eligible for discounts across the Co-op, with savings also made on funerals, insurance policies and legal products and services.

Co-op is also supporting students who are TOTUM cardholders – the new name for NUS extra – who can pocket a 10% discount off groceries at the Co-op.

Shopping at the Co-op has got even quicker and simpler, as contactless payments on card transactions are increased to £45.

The Co-op’s Community Shopping Card makes it easier for those self-isolating or who have been instructed to stay at home to shop and pay for their essentials – cards can be purchased or topped-up by calling 0800 029 4592, enabling friends, families, neighbours or volunteers to shop on their behalf in store.

The Co-op are also working to support those in the greatest need in the community, its Food Share scheme not only minimises food waste, but makes a difference locally by supporting local not-for-profit organisations who work to tackle food insecurity in communities.

Co-op has around 4.6M active Members, and alongside Food, it operates: Co-op Funeralcare, Insurance, Health and Legal Services. More information about the Co-op is available by visiting

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