On Tuesday, Albert Heijn on Goeverneurplein in The Hague will fly the flag for two festivities: King’s Day and the reopening of the store. Sreephen Selvarajah and Haydar Kaynak, both working for over twenty years in this supermarket in Laakkwartier, cut the orange ribbon together. Albert Heijn Goeverneurplein now has the latest Albert Heijn concept. You will find many other fresh products such as vegetables, fruits, fresh dishes, bread, meat products, cheeses and snacks. Checkout is even faster with no less than eight self-digitized checkouts.
“The store has become beautiful, customers are reacting very positively!” says the supermarket manager René Herbert proudly. “The renovation stayed within the existing walls, but everything has been sorted out. Thanks to the smart layout, more space was created and we were able to significantly expand our fresh range. More fruits and vegetables, more types of fresh bread and everything for a drink. In addition, the store has more self-analysis records with handheld scanners, in addition to regular checkouts. “This allows customers to scan the products themselves in the store and quickly pay at the automatic cashier,” explains René Herbert.
Upon entering, you are immediately surprised by a world of fruits and vegetables. Dry mist, a fine mist of water, keeps produce fresher longer. Choosing fresh, healthy and delicious food is even easier, in part thanks to a wide choice of packaging and fresh dishes. At the bakery, different types of breads and rolls come from its own oven and you will find cakes, pastries, cookies and chocolate. For breakfast, lunch and drinks there is a very wide range of cold meats, cheese, sausages, tapas, olives, salads and other snacks. Albert Heijn Goeverneurplein employees are happy to advise customers on the tastiest products for the most beautiful snack boards.
Albert Heijn Goeverneurplein can now inspire customers even more. Large displays throughout the store provide information on tasty seasonal produce and surprising recipes. In addition to the latest self-digitized checkouts, the supermarket now also offers electronic tickets. “This allows us to respond more quickly to changes in the range,” explains René Herbert.
Albert Heijn Goeverneurplein is open Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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