Logical supermarkets have been given the go-ahead to sweep up customers in a bid to clean up their act, as a pilot project is under way at a shopping centre in Sheffield.
The supermarkets, which are not part of the existing supermarket sweep service, have agreed to help run a community-run store in Sheffield’s Bradford Central.
The move comes as a number of supermarkets across the country have been accused of taking advantage of a loophole in the supermarket sweep system, which requires them to sweep every store in a given area to ensure they have enough stock to stock the supermarket.
The new pilot project at a Bradford Central supermarket will allow supermarkets to make a similar move and ensure that customers have the same amount of stock as they do now.
The supermarket sweep was set up by the Bradford Central Council to make sure the community has the ability to run a local supermarket, and has been running on a voluntary basis for the last six months.
The council says it will also offer the supermarket operators a rebate on their grocery bill if they choose to open a store in Bradford.
The supermarkets have worked closely with the Bradford Community Food Hub and the Bradford Food Market to provide a range of services and opportunities to the community.””
The council wants to make it as easy as possible for people to get to the store and have a supermarket experience.”
The supermarkets have worked closely with the Bradford Community Food Hub and the Bradford Food Market to provide a range of services and opportunities to the community.
“We’ve also been providing information to local businesses about the sweep and have been helping to encourage them to join the sweep.”
Mr Beaumon said the supermarkets would be working with Bradford Council to develop a service that would allow shoppers to take advantage of the sweep, which will be similar to the current grocery sweep.
He said: We want the supermarket to be a very easy experience for people.
He added that the council would be seeking bids from other supermarkets to take over the sweep. “
They have reduced waste, provided free services and helped the community in so many ways.”
He added that the council would be seeking bids from other supermarkets to take over the sweep.
The supermarket sweeps have been rolled out across the UK, and are now expected to be rolled out nationally.
A spokesman for the Bradford Council said: The Bradford Community food Hub has partnered with Logical Supermarkets to host a community supermarket sweep.
The store will be open to customers of the local Bradford Community store, but it will not be able to sell food and will not accept cash or vouchers.
“In addition, it will be able and happy to accept debit and credit cards,” he said.
“This will mean that the store will not require any special dispensing or customer support.”
As well as offering the opportunity to have a fresh food experience, it also provides a small local economy, with the opportunity for shoppers to get involved in the local economy and take part in the shoplifting process.
“The Bradford Community supermarket is set to be run by a group of volunteers, with more than 40 people helping to run the store.
It is hoped that by having a store running locally, it can help encourage shoppers to come and shop at the supermarket and also make it easier for them to buy food in Bradford and in Bradford’s surrounding areas.
Bradford Central Council says the sweep has had an “absolutely amazing impact” on the town, with shoppers saying they have been more inclined to buy local food. “
As a result of the success of this initiative, we’ve now had the opportunity in Bradford to launch a similar project to help increase the number of grocery stores in the area,” he added.
Bradford Central Council says the sweep has had an “absolutely amazing impact” on the town, with shoppers saying they have been more inclined to buy local food.
It has also been helping with the city’s food security and hygiene efforts.
One of the biggest challenges faced by Bradford is the problem of food-borne illnesses and deaths.
In 2014, the Bradford Health and Social Care Information Centre recorded a number that it considered to be “high risk” because of the high number of people living with a food-related illness or death.
Since then, Bradford has made several changes to the way it manages food-safety and hygiene issues.