28 Asda convenience stores to open at petrol stations across the UK - here's the full list
Asda shoppers will be able to buy food and drink at new convenience stores set to open at 28 EG Group petrol stations across the UK later this year. It follows the trial of the 'On The Move' shops at five forecourts over the past 11 months. But while the shops will stock 2,500 products from Asda, prices can differ to the supermarket's main stores.
The rollout will begin in October with the first stores being opened at Crewe, Holtspur, Knowlesdale and Newtown garages. It is expected that all 28 stores will be open by the end of the year - see below for the full list. Asda and EG Group hope to open a further 200 petrol convenience stores next year, plus more in 2023.
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Here's where Asda's new convenience stores are opening
The 28 petrol stations where Asda and EG Group will open up convenience stores are as follows:
- Adams Corner, Aylesbury
- Armada, Birmingham
- Beacon 62, Lancashire
- Crewe Basford West, Cheshire
- Clockhouse, Feltham
- Corby, Northamptonshire
- Dunball, Bridgwater
- Dacorum, Hemel Hempstead
- Denham, Uxbridge
- Elstree Hill, Watford
- Ermont Way, Banbury
- Gateway, Wolverhampton
- Hall Park, Berkhamsted
- Heathrow North
- Hogs Back, Tongham in Farnham
- Holt Road, Wrexham
- Holtspur, Beaconsfield
- Kingswood, Cheltenham
- Knowsley Earlsfield, Liverpool
- Lytton Way, Stevenage
- Maghull, Liverpool
- Newtown, Lancashire
- Sandy Lodge, Northwood
- Sheepcot, Watford
- Thame, Oxfordshire
- Tongham, Surrey
The five locations for the trial stores, which will remain open, are as follows:
- Ashby, Leicester
- Leanmore, Walsall
- Pinvin, Pershore
- Primley, Walsall
What the new stores will stock
Each site will be up to 3,000 square foot in size and stock up to 2,500 products, including a mixture of both branded and Asda-branded items, such as a selection of Asda’s premium ‘Extra Special’ range and a more extensive range of fresh produce and chilled lines than is traditionally found on EG Group fuel forecourts.
There will be a difference in the price of products sold at the convenience stores compared to the supermarket's larger stores though. However, neither Asda nor EG Group would provide examples. EG Group will own, operate and set the price for Asda products sold in the stores after purchasing the food on a wholesale basis. Exact pricing is also determined by store location.
Asda adds that it has no plans to introduce its delivery service to the new stores.
The petrol station kiosks will also include food from other brands, such as Greggs and Subway.
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