Albrecht's Delafield Market announces store renovation

Special to The Freeman

July 7, 2014

DELAFIELD – Albrecht’s Delafield Market said Monday it is undergoing a major renovation.

Each department within the store will incorporate a new look and will offer an expanded variety of products, according to a statement.

Expansion highlights include the deli, where a new island will feature a self-serve hot case along with an expanded selection of fine cheese, sushi and soup. In addition, there will be a new carving and grilling station for ready-to-heat meals, along with an expanded salad bar.

There will be an expanded selection of products in the seafood, bakery, dairy, produce, meat, deli, grocery and liquor departments, according to the statement. A new café will be featured in front of Albrecht’s, and energy efficient equipment will be put in throughout the store.

“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 finished in time for the holiday shopping season, according to the statement. The expansion will generate new employment opportunities, the statement said.