Asda Kirkton is doing its bit for the local community after opening a permanent foodbank trolley in store.
Previously, temporary trolleys had been put in place for shoppers to donate non perishable goods to the local foodbank.
Now shoppers will be able to donate whenever they are able to.
Samantha Will, community champion at Asda Kirkton, said: “Stores up and down the country are taking part in our Fight Hunger Create Change campaign.
“Previously we have managed to collect more than a ton of food which is the largest amount the foodbank has ever received from a supermarket.
“Customers can use stickers with the Fight Hunger logo and once they have paid they can put the items in our permanent trolley at the front of the store.
“I hope we can make a real difference.”