ALDI Is Opening Five More Stores In Adelaide, And We Can Tell You Where!

They might just be near you…

South Aussies, ALDI is well and truly here! Having opened their first stores at the beginning of February (see our story here), they are set to open another five stores this month!

The Mount Barker and St Agnes stores are open from today, with the other three in Modbury, Noarlunga and Kilburn set to follow suit in the coming weeks. 

With high-quality products at permanently low prices, award-winning grocery products and popular Special Buys, together with fresh fruit, vegetables and bread delivered daily Aldi has lots of Adelaidians in a spin!

Each will adopt ALDI’s new-look format, bringing innovations to the shopping experience for South Australian customers.

“We have been delighted with the community’s response to our first stores opening in South Australia last month,” said Viktor Jakupec, Managing Director – ALDI South Australia.

“We received an overwhelmingly positive response from customers, with people coming from as far as the Yorke Peninsula. We look forward to opening this next round of stores and helping even more South Australians discover the benefits ALDI can bring to their wallets and their lifestyles.”

Following the success of its first four store openings in February, ALDI has also launched a new round of recruitment and is advertising for 55 new Store Assistant roles to support its upcoming store rollout.

ALDI’s new store format will feature a number of recent upgrades, including redesigned shelving and expanded wooden produce bays, energy efficient LED lighting and chillers. Each store will feature a sleek new fit-out with updated signage and point of sale displays.

“We have been listening to existing customer feedback on the eastern seaboard and believe these upgrades will make it even easier and more enjoyable for South Australians to shop with us,” Mr Jakupec said.

ALDI has committed to opening up to 50 stores in South Australia, with a total of 16 stores expected to be open by the end of 2016.

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