Sainsbury's has released new pictures behind the scenes of the market-style presentation of fresh fruit and vegetables.
The store also features new signage, decorative images, lighting, fixtures and a renewed focus on celebrating British produce.
Work on the Hempstead Valley store started back in June and is expected to be finished in February in what is one of Sainsbury's biggest single investments in store improvements this year.
The pilot using the company's new layout will feed into research about changes to other Sainsbury's stores throughout the country which it is planning to roll out across its 1,400 outlets in the UK.
Refurbishment continues at the Hempstead Valley store which promises a brighter superstore with a more spacious layout and more products and services on offer.
Graham Biggart, Sainsbury’s commercial operations director, said: “At Sainsbury’s we put food first and our new Fresh Food Market is a great example of what we are doing to delight our customers in our stores and showcase our brilliant products.
Source: Kent Live