Albrecht’s Delafield Market announces major renovation

Enterprise Staff

July 10, 2014

DELAFIELD — Albrecht’s Delafield Market announced it will undergo a major renovation beginning this week. Each department within the store will incorporate a fresh new look and will offer an expanded product selection. The store, which will be celebrating its 20th anniversary later this year, will continue to provide customers with service in a more comfortable and user-friendly shopping environment. Expansion highlights include:

■ The deli will have a new Island featuring a self-serve hot case along with an expanded selection of fine cheeses, sushi, soup and more. In addition, a new carving and grilling station will be added for ready-to-eat meals, plus an expanded salad bar with self-serve deli salads.

■ An expanded selection, both in variety and new product lines, will be available in all store departments (seafood, bakery, dairy, produce, meat, deli, grocery, and liquor).

A new café will be featured in the front of the store.

■The store also will be energy-efficient; eco-friendliness will be emphasized through energy-saving equipment, new refrigeration, freezers, and lighting systems.

“We will be celebrating our 20th anniversary later this year and felt that this was the perfect time to remodel and reinvest in our store, our customers, and the community,” said Kerry Jeanpierre, vice president and co-owner of Albrecht’s Delafield Market. “Each department will truly have its own identity. Our goal is to offer our customers a wide variety of quality products and services in a comfortable shopping environment.”

The remodeling project is expected to be completed in time for the holiday shopping season later this year, and will generate new employment opportunities.