Are you planning to shop at Tesco supermarkets in your town or city? Tesco is one of the leading supermarket chains in the United Kingdom, offering a variety of food products and services at convenient time intervals. If you are also planning to shop at any of these stores, then you need to know about Tesco opening times. The company has been known to announce its scheduled for opening times on several occasions, with some of them being on weekdays. This article looks closely at the concept and implications of this practice.
The main explanation as to why Tesco supermarkets opening times in Manchester and in other cities like Birmingham, Wiltshire and Essex is because of community sanitation and hygiene issues. As you know, many communities in the United Kingdom suffer from poor sanitation and hygiene, which in turn lead to unpleasant conditions such as skin diseases, urinary tract infections, etc. It would therefore be ideal to avoid visiting Tesco stores during weekdays when it is likely that there will be incidences of such infections occurring. This is especially important if you have children in the home, who are more prone to infections such as leukaemia and UTI.
In the United Kingdom, the opening of Tesco supermarkets opening times in Manchester and in other cities like London, England on weekdays is linked to weekend shopping. Customers do not like to go to the stores during weekdays as they are more likely to find it hard to travel back to work after a long day at school, and in some cases they might not be able to make it back to the home for the weekend. On the other hand, people love to shop at their favorite stores on weekends, and especially during special holidays such as Christmas, which is why Tesco markets its opening times on such occasions. For instance, in October, stores are opened both on Saturday and Sunday; a reason why customers from the city prefer shopping during these days. A survey was conducted in the United Kingdom and participants were asked about their preferred shopping days and their reasons for doing so.
Leaning towards evening shopping, customers said that they usually shop during evenings. The top most item that they buy is chocolates, followed by coffee. When I was in my last year at university, a friend of mine, who is from Paris, bought me a brandy, a French Champagne and a parce que la. He explained to me that he had bought them from a famous store called Parce que La, in the old quarter of Paris, where he had also bought flowers and a box of sweets.
In another poll, customers were asked whether they would like to buy milk, Cologne, or bread, or something else. The top selection is usually that of bread, followed by milk and then by other dairy products. This shows that customers think that Tesco supermarkets are selling hydrangeas and oranges, which are not really their target tastes. A customer might like to have an orange, but might not want to buy it every day, whereas a customer looking for hydrangea might be interested in buying it every day. Customers have different tastes and preferences, and Tesco research is to test and find out what people actually want.
Another question that was put to survey participants was about Tesco’s restaurant la Nuit. My friend explained to me that the restaurant was open until 4pm on some Saturday mornings, and that it was opened earlier in the week in the summer. There is a famous video camera situated outside the restaurant where random customers are requested to pose for pictures, so that the marketing team can use them all over the world. The video taken by the Tesco camera on the busy Saturday morning captures a number of youngsters having fun, enjoying their food, while at the same time being captured by the camera, to be used in future Tesco supermarket marketing campaigns.
I also asked her if she remembered encountering a gentleman who had bought a packet of Triphala at one of the Tesco Quelques-Unis during lunch. He told me that he was just trying it out for a few days to see if it would agree with his prostate problem. The packet was well worth it, as the pharmacist who worked at the store informed him that Triphala is made from a mix of herbs, and that it was a natural treatment for prostate cancer. In fact, it was so effective that he bought more than one packet for last-ditch treatment of prostate cancer. He could definitely feel a difference in his prostate the next day!
This is just one of the many fascinating stories that Tesco employees have told me over the years, of their experiences in the different Tesco supermarkets. I am sure that other clients who frequent the stores have different and more unusual encounters, and their stories can help other people to find the cures or prevention they need. If you are suffering from prostatitis, cancer of the prostate, leukoplakia, pre-cancer conditions or any other condition, I would suggest that you visit your GP as soon as possible. Your GP can refer you to someone who will be able to give you the information and support you need to improve your life.