Jumbo Foods is renovating its store at 1716 S. Van Buren in Enid, with plans to reopen the store with expanded products and services.

The grocery store and restaurant, a longtime fixture of the Van Buren Center shopping center, will be closed for a few weeks while renovations and remodeling are completed, said Gerald Blevins, president of Jumbo Foods.

“We want to reassure customers that we will reopen as soon as possible, and I think they’ll be pleased with what we have to offer as soon as the doors are open again,” Blevins said.

The renovated grocery store will continue to occupy the same space.

Blevins said more details on the new services and products will be announced at a future date.

“Although we expect to reopen within just a few weeks, we have not set an exact reopening date. With projects like this, you always hit a few surprises,” Blevins said. “We want to have everything right for reopening.”

“The south Enid neighborhoods and the South Van Buren corridor are an important area for us to serve,” Blevins said.

Jumbo Foods employs about 300 at its Enid stores, which also are located at 2311 W Willow and 221 S 30th. No other stores will be affected.

Story provided by Enid News & Eagle