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Aldi to strengthen its Scottish portfolio with £56 million investment over the next two years

Aldi is to invest more than £56 million in Scotland over the next two years with the opening of three new stores and the extension of… View Article

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Aldi to strengthen its Scottish portfolio with £56 million investment over the next two years

Aldi is to invest more than £56 million in Scotland over the next two years with the opening of three new stores and the extension of three existing shops.

The new stores will open in Broughty Ferry, Straiton and Castle Douglas in 2024 while extensions to shops in Erskine, Port Glasgow and Alexandria will be completed over the next two years.

In 2023, Aldi became Scotland’s third-biggest supermarket by volume and moved ahead of Morrisons and Sainsbury’s for the first time. According to recently published data by Kantar, Aldi’s share of the grocery market had increased from 9.7% in November 2022 to 10.6% in November 2023.

Richard Holloway, regional managing director for Aldi Scotland, said: “2023 was another excellent year for Aldi Scotland, and I am extremely proud that our presence within the Scottish market has continued to be recognised and celebrated.

“As we look to the new year, we remain committed to reaching more customers than ever before, with the opening of more stores and increased investment in Scotland. Next year will be extra special for us as we mark 30 years since we opened our first store in Scotland on Glencairn Street in Kilmarnock.”

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