The supermarket chain opened four stores in Adelaide on Wednesday yet has plan to lift that to 50 crosswise over South Australia within the next five years.
The specially appointed format that has come to be synonymous with cut-value home brands offers path to a splendid, glimmering inside with perfectly stacked racks, upright cooler cupboards, light wood framing and new signage.
One could be overlooked for believing that the store looks more like one of the real general stores than an Aldi — aside from, obviously, for the arbitrary things available to be purchased in the inside walkway.
Head Jay Weatherill, who administered at the opening of the Parafield Gardens store, said Aldi’s landing would convey an auspicious help to the battling northern rural areas.
It’s a vote of trust in the South Australian economy and specifically the northern rural areas – he told to the press.
The government is considering whether to permit Aldi to offer liquor in its grocery stores under a complete alcohol permitting review process which is presently in progress.
Previous Supreme Court judge Timothy Anderson will give suggestions to the administration by June 30.
Mr Weatherill said the administration’s backing for the offer of liquor in grocery stores had been frustrated already by the restriction, who he blamed for looking to secure the hotel businesses.