// Nisa opens 1000th store in the London Borough of Camden
// The new store features a zero waste section, with a focus on fresh food
Nisa has launched its 1000th store, with a focus on fresh food and sustainability.
The store has opened in the London Borough of Camden, employing 12 members of staff.
With the location being a busy corner plot with high footfall, the multiple food to go and fresh coffee options are expected to be well received by shoppers.
The new store also features a zero waste section, offering customers nuts, cereal and more.
“The store has a modern finish with a real future-forward vibe, whilst retaining the unique charm of the building,” Nisa store development manager, Derek Saunders said.
“Multiple tree bark effect pillars and deep Artex canopies, along with brick effect walls, create a welcoming store that offers a shopper experience that is completely different to any other store in the area.”
Nisa Head of Format and Development, Darren May said: “We couldn’t be more excited to reach this milestone which is testament to our market-leading proposition and the straightforward process of joining Nisa.
“Hitting the 1000th symbol store mark really highlights the success of our recent recruitment and the investment we have made into our retail team to support partners, which is helping us achieve continuous growth and support independent retailers to become the best in the market.”