SUPERMARKET firm Asda is creating 40 jobs with a £3m revamp at its Huddersfield store.
The Bradford Road branch is being transformed to provide new departments and counters serving a wider range of products.
There will be more foodstuffs, a wider range of George clothing, a new photo centre and an improved pharmacy.
New takeaway counters will also be installed featuring Italian, Chinese and Indian delicacies.
There will also be improvements to the delicatessen and fish counter.
The store will also have a new technology centre selling the latest electronic and electrical products as well as an extended health and beauty department.
The new-look store will be relaunched on Monday, May 12, after a major refit.
General store manager Steve Rigby said: "The developments have been met with excitement from staff and shoppers alike.
"We have been displaying visual plans in the store to provide shoppers with the opportunity to find out more about in-store activities."
He added: "It will give me great pleasure to reveal our new look when we have our relaunch celebrations on May 12."