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A new model of efficient Mercadona store is installed in the Vallecas Bridge Market

Mercadona reopens a new supermarket in the Mercado de Puente de Vallecas (Madrid), specifically in C / Martínez de la Riva, 4, after a comprehensive reform to adapt it to the new Efficient Store Model of the company, with an investment of 2, 4 million euros and the participation of 30 suppliers who have employed 240 people during the reform phase.

This supermarket, which opens with the New Mercadona Efficient Store Model that reinforces excellence in service and optimizes the act of purchasing its customers, presents improvements that benefit both the “Bosses” (customers) and workers,Mercadona

For this, this new supermarket has news in all its sections. For example, it has a new finishing point for meat, a new delicatessen with cut and packaged ham, a central gondola in the perfumery for specialized cosmetics, a freshly squeezed orange juice service, sushi specialties, a new section of oven with bread slicer and refrigerated pastry or a new exhibition in the fish market for shell products, among other novelties.

In addition, the Madrid supermarket has, among other improvements, wider aisles and a new shopping cart model and a new, much more ergonomic and lightweight cart type.

This new generation of the efficient supermarket has a sales hall surface of 1,290 square meters and has a completely renovated design compared to the previous store model with new colours and materials, both on the exterior facade of access to the supermarket and in the distribution of the different sections. Also bets on large open spaces that facilitate the entry of natural light and warm colours in the delimitation of different environments.


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