Frozen food retailer Iceland has opened its 100th Food Warehouse store in Blackpool in the UK, reports Retail Gazette.
The new store is spread across an area of 10,000 square feet and employs around 30 people.
The retailer invested more than £750,000 (€834,222) in the new store, which forms part of Iceland's expansion plans for the Food Warehouse format.
Mason Owen represented Iceland and Savills represented the landlord, Landsec, on the new store project, the report said.
Food Warehouse offers homeware and bulk buying deals for fresh, frozen, and chilled food items.
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