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Tesco establishes a store in Charlemont Square.

 

 

A new Tesco Express shop has opened its doors in Dublin’s Charlemont Square thanks to Tesco Ireland.

 

A modern neighbourhood has been created in this old area of Dublin 2 and will include homes, offices, a public plaza, and retail space. The new store, which is more than 4,600 square feet in size and is near to the Charlemont Luas stop, promises customers a cutting-edge shopping experience and a huge variety of high-quality fresh and Irish produce.

 

“We’re very pleased to open the doors of our newest Dublin City Centre store, here in Charlemont Square,” said Geoff Byrne, Chief Operating Officer of Tesco Ireland. We are eager to get to know our new neighbours in this neighbourhood.

 

Tesco has used completely recyclable wall protection in the fitout of the new store as part of a new green project. 350 kg of 100% recycled soft plastic from Tesco’s in-store gathering sites for soft plastics from product packaging were used to make the material. Utilizing this recycled material presents a creative recycling option that shows end-to-end recycling for the business.

 

Paltech, an Ireland manufacturer with technology that allows soft plastics to be cleaned, sorted, and moulded into building materials, produced the product for Tesco. In 2021, Tesco Ireland entered into a partnership with the business to assist them in using recycled materials for buildings, parking lot barriers, and signage in store upkeep and renovations.

 

Eight-year Tesco employee and store manager Jonathan McCusker said: “This is a really thrilling day for me and the team. For the past few weeks, we have been working incredibly hard behind the scenes to make sure that the shop provides our clients with the best experience possible.

 

Tesco is proud to help the local communities it works with. To date, hundreds of organisations all over the nation have received assistance from its Community Fund. The Charlemont Square store’s first campaign will help the community by making donations to three nearby organisations: The Charlemont Community Resource Centre CLG, The Rise Foundation, and DEBRA Ireland.

 

FoodCloud partners and OLIO Food Waste Heroes will be on hand through the food surplus redistribution programme to guarantee that no good food is wasted. The Charlemont team will also continue to work with Tesco to assist Children’s Health Foundation, a charity partner that provides care for all ill children in CHI at Crumlin, Connolly, Temple St., and Tallaght hospitals.

 

Customers can buy from hundreds of products that are price matched against Aldi through Aldi Price Match, including excellently priced ingredients for meals for four. It’s just one of the many methods we give our customers access to excellent shopping deals. The retailer also recently disclosed a new price lock that will be in effect until Easter 2023 on hundreds of goods. Tesco’s dedication to providing great value on the weekly shop includes locking in these low everyday prices, which go hand-in-hand with Aldi Price Match, great own-brand staples through ‘Exclusively at Tesco’ brands, and exclusive deals through Clubcard Prices.

 

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