ICELAND will start selling its food in six more The Range stores by the end of this month.
It means customers will find Iceland products in 60 The Range outlets by late-July.
The Range has had a partnership with Iceland since August 2018
The two retailers have had a partnership in place since August 2018, with Iceland gradually opening up in more shops.
At the time of writing, Iceland food can be purchased in 54 The Range stores.
But by July 24, customers will find Iceland products in 60 shops.
The range is smaller than what you’ll find in a regular Iceland shop, and it includes food such as frozen pizzas, vegetables and desserts.
Some The Range stores even have an Iceland café inside
Some The Range stores also have their own Iceland café where customers can sit down and eat.
If diners like what they’ve eaten, they can purchase it directly at the café from freezers on site.
The selection includes hot meals, sandwiches, cakes and drinks.
The first Iceland café was launched in Paignton, Devon, on September 27, 2019 – so around a year after the partnership was formed.
We’ve asked The Range for a full location list of its stores that sell Iceland products, as well as how many have cafés, and we’ll update this story when we know more.
There’s more than 175 branches of The Range in the UK and you can find your nearest one by clicking here.
Or if you’d rather do your Iceland shop in the supermarket, click here to see where your nearest one is.
Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s and Tesco also have their own cafés in larger supermarket stores.
In more retail news, Iceland recently scrapped its priority hours for elderly and NHS workers.
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