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Hello, we are A Convenient Store.

The online arm of the Store Group team. Perhaps you’ve met us? We’re Ancoats General Store, Stretford Foodhall and Sale’s Groceries & Beer. How’ve you been?

If you’ve visited our shops, you know we like to do things differently. We want to bring a little edge to the simple world of groceries with food and drink from manufacturers and brands we think people will love, all within a vibrant environment with some good tunes on. It’s your money, you want it to be good and you may as well enjoy the experience whilst you’re at it!

Setting up shop and honing our craft has given us the opportunity to offer a new form of shopping experience to you. We love seeing you at our places but for extra convenience, we’re now able to bring the groceries to you.

What’s your thing – low waste? Vegan? Local produce? We can hook you up. We know you’re busy, so we’ve put it all in one place for you. Handy, that.

We’re going all-in on quality. Our needle’s in the groove of what’s great out there in the world of groceries, and we’re always chasing more of the tasty. We’ll also bring you collaborations with other independent producers to really extend our range and go far beyond the shelf. You’ll find the latest one on our home page and we’ll keep you briefed via social media on what’s moving and shaking.

Why have we bothered? Well, why not make sure everything we’re buying tastes fantastic and is good for us, the community and the planet if it can be? Like, people are buying all these things anyway. It’s been staring us in the face this whole time.

Oh – and we’re big on the civic side of things, too: Manchester’s important to us. That doesn’t mean we blast M People at you or wear beanie hats as staff uniform. Local manufacturers, all based within Greater Manchester, are a big part of our range. There’s some fantastic produce being made here, you know. You can shop local, eat ace stuff, drink top beer, and contribute to the regional economy

Hello, we are A Convenient Store. The online arm of the Store Group team. Perhaps you’ve met us: we’re Ancoats General Store, Stretford Foodhall and Sale’s Groceries & Beer. How’ve you been?

If you’ve visited our shops, you know we like to do things differently. We want to bring a little edge to the simple world of groceries: food and drink from manufacturers and brands we think people will love, all within a vibrant environment with some good tunes on. Because if you’re gonna spend your money on it, it may as well be good, and you may as well enjoy being in the shop, too.

Setting up shop and honing our craft has given us the opportunity to offer a new form of shopping experience to you. We love seeing you at our places, but for extra convenience, we’re now able to bring the groceries to you.

ACS is the kind of store we’ve always wanted to be because it helps you be the kind of shopper you want to be. What’s your thing – low waste? Vegan? Local produce? We can hook you up. We know you’re busy, so we’ve put it all in one place for you. Handy, that.

We’re going all-in on quality. Our needle’s in the groove of what’s great out there in the world of groceries, and we’re always chasing more of the tasty. We’ll also bring you Collaborations with other independent producers to really extend our range and go far beyond the shelf. You’ll find the latest one on our homepage, and we’ll keep you brief via social media on what’s moving and shaking.

Why have we bothered? Well, why not make sure everything we’re buying tastes fantastic and is good for us, the community and the planet if it can be? Like, people are buying all these things anyway. It’s been staring us in the face this whole time.

Oh – and we’re big on the civic side of things, too: Manchester’s important to us. That doesn’t mean we blast M People at you or wear beanie hats as staff uniform. Local manufacturers, all based within Greater Manchester, are a big part of our range. There’s some fantastic produce being made here, you know. You can shop local, eat ace stuff, drink top beer, and contribute to the regional economy