Chesterfield shoppers to be able to buy food and furniture as Iceland branch opens inside The Range

A new Iceland branch is opening inside The Range’s Chesterfield store, allowing shoppers to purchase frozen food at the same time as their furniture.

Wednesday, 10th March 2021, 11:51 am
Updated Wednesday, 10th March 2021, 3:00 pm

The new range from the frozen supermarket chain official launches inside the Chesterfield furniture shop on Lordsmill Street on April 2.

Iceland’s exclusive line inside The Range will include fresh fruit and veg to their Gregg’s frozen food and Slimming World meals, along with meat and dairy produce.

While the home retailer is known for its furniture, bedding and home decor – customers will now be able to combine a weekly food shop, stocking up on household and cupboard staples with their visit to The Range.

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The Range in Chesterfield is located in the town centre on Lordsmill Street.

The store located in the town centre said they have made ‘additional changes’ to the shop to ensure customers can shop for their essentials safely while the Covid-19 crisis continues.

Social distancing markers will remain on the floor in The Range to help shoppers keep a safe distance apart and to prevent the spread of the virus.

The Range is classed as an essential retailer and is still open for customers at the moment, despite the country-wide lockdown.

Customers in Chesterfield will be able to browse the new Iceland range inside the furniture shop in person, when it it arrives in the store next month.

Iceland's frozen and fresh food will be able at The Range.

Sanitising stations are located at the entrance of the shop and contactless card payment is encouraged where possible.

The Range on Lordsmill Street is open from 9am to 8pm Monday to Saturday and 10.30am to 4.30pm on Sundays.

The exclusive line will appear in stores next month.

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