Aldi Italia, part of the Aldi Sud Group, a leading multinational reality in the large-scale retail trade, opens Thursday 1st September 2022 his first shop in Bagnaria Arsa, in via Vittorio Bachelet 1, practically opposite the “Palmanova” motorway exit. The growing attention by consumers towards Aldi’s affordable and quality offer reinforces the company’s success in province of Udine, where I am now 5 total points of sale.
With a surface of 956 square meters and a store concept designed to meet the needs of consumers, the store offers a “smart” shopping experience thanks to a compact and complete assortment, organized in the spaces in an effective and intuitive way that allows customers to shop quickly and easily. Open from Monday to Saturday from 8 to 20 and on Sunday from 8.30 to 20, the store also offers its customers 49 free parking spaces. On the occasion of the new opening, Aldi offers special offers at below cost in addition to the weekly promotions, to invite the citizens of Bagnaria Arsa and the territory to discover the quality, freshness and convenience of its products.
An ally of Italian families, the “Aldi price” represents a guarantee of Made in Italy quality at the right price, expressed through a virtuous selection of products consisting of approximately 130 fruit and vegetable references and 30 brands. All this, with a strong tricolor connotation: about 80% of food products on sale, indeed, was born from the collaboration with Italian agricultural realities of excellence. A promise of convenience rewarded by the Altroconsumo Inchieste survey, published in January 2022, which approved Aldi as the preferred Discount by consumers..
The opening of Bagnaria Arsa strengthens Aldi’s presence in Friuli-Venezia Giuliaterritory in which the company is now present with 12 shops. The new store will help create 10 job opportunities, bringing the number of collaborators in the region to 157. I’m 141 company stores in Italy, for a total of 2,574 people employed: numbers that confirm the expansion plan in the Northern regions, with the aim of bringing new impetus to the local economy and employment.CopyAMP code
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