Brand new Nisa Express store design unveiled


The new Nisa Express store format has been officially unveiled at the 2020 virtual Nisa Expo with the latest technology and contemporary design providing a first-class shopping experience for consumers.

Catering for retailers operating in more compact spaces, the design is for stores up to 1,000 square foot has been developed with three different format options available.

Covering food centric, forecourt and essentials, each design differs to meet shopper demands, with format and range tailored for the specific market.

The food centric option is the focus of the store being exhibited via a virtual tour facility at Nisa Expo and offers a premium provision based around the on-the-go and meal options.

A sneak into the interior of the Nisa Express stores

With a focused proposition, enabling entry into markets currently not available to Nisa partners the concept provides a credible offering and a unique, market-leading food for now format.

Key to the food centric format is the enhanced food to go offering, premium coffee offer, fresh focus complemented by the latest vending machine offers, seating area and on trend category offering.

The food centric option is the focus of the Nisa Express stores

The essentials version of Nisa Express serves the needs of the average below 1,000 square foot store, largely based in neighbourhood environments and often the hub of the local community.

This format ensures all the requirements of the small store are maximised to their potential including generous chilled range, BWS, a focus on value and other services such as Post Office to drive footfall.

Head of format at Nisa, Darren May, said: “Our new Nisa Express format is designed to meet the needs of Nisa partners who operate smaller stores but who want to ensure their business is contemporary, has the right look and feel and provides their customers with the best shopping environment.

“Importantly, we want to ensure all partners have access to a Nisa fascia and format that complements their individual offering and location and we believe this is achievable with the Nisa Express format.”