Pictured: The new Foodhall at Liberty Wharf is set to open this Autumn.
Marks & Spencer and SandpiperCI are opening a new 2,200 sq ft Foodhall at Liberty Wharf this autumn.
The new store - for which 10 new jobs will be created - aims to cater for residents in the Waterfront area, as well as workers from the new International Finance Centre and Esplanade business district.
The newly-styled Home store, which introduced seven-day shopping earlier this year, paved the way for the food outlet. Also open seven days a week, the Foodhall will bring a wider range of Marks & Spencer’s Food to the Waterfront. The range will include M&S’s popular chilled food, sandwiches and salads, confectionery, soft drinks, wines, beers and spirits, as well as an in-store bakery offering a range of freshly baked specialty breads, pastries, cakes and coffee-to-go.
Pictured: Work has already begun inside M&S Home to open the new Foodhall this Autumn.
Stephen Forrester, Managing Director at Marks & Spencer Jersey said: “This significant investment will create 10 new job roles and a useful facility to nearby residents and workers newly located to the Waterfront area. St Helier customers will also now be able to conveniently shop for their favourite M&S food and drink on Sundays as well as the rest of the week."
James Harvey, Head of International Franchise, Marks & Spencer said: “Working together with SandpiperCI, we are able to offer customers in Jersey the best of Marks & Spencer across Food and Clothing & Home, and the new Foodhall at Liberty Wharf is no exception. It will showcase the very best of Marks & Spencer’s unique, innovative, great quality Food and provide greater choice and convenience for our loyal customers in Jersey.”
Work has already begun at Liberty Wharf and the food hall is expected to open this autumn.
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