Sam's Club may be known for items like multipacks of paper towels and other staples, but at its newly renovated store in Shenandoah near The Woodlands, members can buy prepared meals and imported gourmet cheeses.
The Shenandoah redo, the first in the Houston area, is part of a national effort by Wal-Mart to remodel 150 of its more than 600 Sam's Clubs.
"It's about bringing more fresh food, meat, deli, baby food and diapers to its stores," said Michael Clayman, editor of Boston-based trade publication Warehouse Club Focus. "They want consumers to shop there more frequently."
The new look includes wider aisles and lower shelves to offer a more expansive view of the store.
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