Tesco will rob 15,000 jobs and close meat, fish and retail stores across the country as part of a 1.5 billion pound savings measure.
Supermarket chain bakeries will also be refurbished with frozen instead of fresh dough, which reports that jobs for qualified bakeries are being used.
The reports say the staff can also be replaced with vending machines in multiple changes that will affect stores across the UK.
Tesco, the UK's largest supermarket, has 732 stores with a typical store that has five fish merchants, five butchers, and six workers who are now up front.
According to industry sources, closure could result in the loss of up to 15,000 jobs.
Of course, the counters in some Tesco Extra stores will open from Thursday to Sunday each week, but others will be closed or massively reduced.
To date, CEO Dave Lewis has allocated more than 10,000 roles after joining the supermarket in 2014.
A source told The Mail on Sunday: "Dave Lewis's behavior appears to be" if you doubt it, just close it "- but for older clients or those who are on budget using the counters for a few pieces of ham, Days in who are shopping.
Tesco aims to save 1.5 billion pounds by 2020
The supermarket is the latest that cuts jobs by joining rivals Asda, Morrisons and Signsbury in restructuring the structure of their stores.
Lewis has tried to match budget stores like Aldi and Lidl by opening a new discount brand Jack's.
It is expected that the staff will be updated with regard to the early next week's changes to the expected talks on cuts for participants.
A Tesco spokesperson said: "We are always looking for ways to manage our business more simply and efficiently. Every time we make changes to our business, colleagues are always the first to know. "