On Tuesday, Albert Haigen will raise the flag at Goeverneurplein in The Hague in two celebrations: King’s Day and the reopening of the store. Sreephen Selvarajah and Haydar Kaynak, both of whom have been operating for over twenty years at this Laakkwartier supermarket, cut the orange ribbon together. Albert Heijn Goeverneurplein now owns Albert Heijn’s latest concept. You will find more fresh products like vegetables, fruits, fresh meals, breads, meat products, cheese and snacks. Sign out is faster with at least eight self-scan logins.
“The store turned out pretty, customers are reacting very positively!” Rene Herbert supermarket manager says proudly. “The renovation remained within the existing walls, but everything was handled. Thanks to the smart design, more space was created and we were able to expand our new range greatly. More fruits and vegetables, more fresh breads and everything to have a drink.” Plus, the store has more self-check records with handheld scanners, plus regular checkouts. “With this, customers can actually scan products in-store themselves and pay quickly at self-checkout,” explains Renee Herbert.
When you enter, you will be immediately surprised by a world of fruits and vegetables. Dry spray, fine mist of water, keeps products fresh for longer. Choosing fresh, healthy and delicious foods just got easier, thanks in part to their wide variety of fresh packaging and freshly prepared meals. In the bakery, different types of bread and rolls come from its oven and you will find cakes, pastries, biscuits and chocolates. For breakfast, lunch and drinks there is a very large selection of cold cuts, cheeses, sausages, tapas, olives, salads and other snacks. The Albert Heijn Goeverneurplein staff are happy to advise customers on the tastiest products for the most beautiful snack bars.
Albert Heijn Goeverneurplein can now inspire clients even more. The big screens throughout the store provide information about delicious seasonal products and amazing recipes. In addition to the latest self-checks, the supermarket now has electronic tickets on the shelf. “This allows us to respond more quickly to changes in range,” says Renee Herbert.
Albert Heijn Goeverneurplein operates Monday through Friday from 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM. Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm.
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