EDEKA reopening: Michael Tiedemann opens store in Hammah
EDEKA merchant Michael Tiedemann is opening his new store at Bahnhofstrasse 56 in Hammah today. From 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and from Thursday during the regular opening hours, customers can experience a comprehensive range in a modern ambience that leaves nothing to be desired.
EDEKA Tiedemann offers customers a variety of around 20,000 items on a sales area of around 1,350 square meters. The design of the market sets the scene for the modern furnishings and motifs and is rounded off by accentuating natural and wooden elements.
The opening hours are Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Saturdays to 6 p.m.
The market offers a wide range of regional items, e.g., potatoes from Hof Helmke in Oldendorf, apples from Obsthof König in Jork, meat and sausage products from butcher Düwer in Steinkirchen and eggs from Hof Tipke in Bargstedt.
Generous counters for meat, sausage, and cheese offer other high-quality regional products, such as “Gutfleisch straw pig,” and expert advice.
When designing the new building, attention was paid to sustainable construction.
The market is equipped with energy-saving LED lighting as well as a heat recovery system and the latest cooling technology. This significantly reduces the store’s energy consumption.
Customers can look forward to services such as free WiFi in the store and, e.g., making optimal use of the EDEKA app. The Daetz Bakery offers fresh baked goods in the pre-checkout area, and the attractively designed seating area in front of the bakery invites you to linger.
EDEKA salesman Michael Tiedemann is pleased: “We have been rooted in the Oldendorf and surrounding area since 1950.
That’s why I’m all the more pleased to be able to further expand our range of products and services together with my team. With the opening of the new store, we can improve local supply and meet customer demand with even more choice.”
Michael Tiedemann has been working in retail since 1986. After training and working as a deputy store manager, the experienced businessman set up his own business in Oldendorf at the age of 24, back then with a savings store.
In the course of taking over the business, he switched to EDEKA in 2006 and has also been operating a second location in Lamstedt since 2007, which he is giving up when the new location in Hammah is opened.