Two Jack’s stores open in Cheshire and the Midlands

The latest Jack’s stores opened in Middlewich and Rubery today (Thursday 18 October), with customers queuing up to see what the new stores had to offer.

Following other successful launches, local community groups which are part of the ‘Jack’s Supports’ community funding scheme came along to help open the store.

As well as offering great products at low prices, Jack’s will also play a key part in the local community. ‘Jack’s Supports’ will give back by funding local projects using the money raised by the sale of carrier bags. Soon Jack’s will be inviting charity groups and good causes to apply to be part of the next round of the scheme.

Once applications are submitted they will be reviewed by Jack’s colleagues who will create a shortlist of four good causes for each store. Each of the four shortlisted good causes will receive a donation of £250. Voting then begins in store, with the winner receiving carrier bag proceeds from their local store for a three month period. This will be a guaranteed minimum of £500. Interested groups can find out more at

Just like in Tesco, the new Jack’s stores will also take part in Tesco’s Community Food Connection scheme. Working with UK food redistribution charity FareShare, it will ensure any unsold food safe for human consumption is offered to local charities and community groups for free at the end of the day.

Jack’s Area Manager for Rubery, Tony Sinkinson, said:

“It’s fantastic to open the new store and welcome customers in Rubery. I’m delighted that as well as offering great tasting food at the lowest possible prices, the store will also be giving back to our community through the Jack’s Supports scheme.”

Jack’s Area Manager for Middlewich, Kate Forth, added:

“Following successful openings in Merseyside it was great to open the store in Middlewich. The hard work of colleagues has made this possible and we’re really excited to start serving customers.”

Part of the Tesco Family, Jack’s is a new brand and new stores offering great tasting food that is grown, reared or made in Britain at the lowest possible prices to bring customers outstanding value. 8 out of 10 food and drink products will be grown, reared or made in Britain.

The launch of Jack’s is part of Tesco’s centenary celebrations, which will see the business mark 100 years of delivering great value to British shoppers.


Further information on Jack’s:

  • In addition to the Jack’s brand, Jack’s will stock some familiar grocery brands and a range of general merchandise on a “When it’s Gone, It’s Gone” basis.
  • Jack’s will operate a low-cost business model that is designed to keep costs low and prices down. It’s a no fuss approach with a simplified range of products, no fancy fixtures or fittings, and no added extras, just good quality at low prices.
  • Over the next six months Tesco will launch 10-15 Jack’s stores in the UK. The first two stores opened on 20 September in Immingham, Lincolnshire and Chatteris, Cambridgeshire. Jack’s in Edge Hill and St Helens in Merseyside opened on 4 October.

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