Aldi will unveil a new look for its Ellon store when it reopens to customers on Thursday, March 23 at 8am.
Covering 1,002 square meters of retail space, the more customer-centric design allows products customers know and love to find more easily, while browsing new ranges.
The transformation is part of Aldi’s £600m investment to further improve its stores and services across the UK, and is based on feedback from more than 50,000 customers.
Project Fresh’s renovations have been ongoing since 2018, and last week saw the completion of work on the Inverurie branch which saw an internal design reflection.
The new look store offers more space, dedicated to fresh Scottish meat and fish, as well as the popular Lacurra health and beauty products, award winning Scottish ales, wines and spirits, popular Mamiya baby care products and new and improved food. It offers a selection of fresh salads, sandwiches, and sushi for busy customers.
The New Look Shop is proud to stock over 450 Scottish products from over 90 suppliers across the country. Customers can purchase some of the best food and drink Scotland has to offer, from its staple range of fresh Scottish meat and fish to Aldi’s award-winning range of shortbread, all selected for their exceptional taste, value and provenance.
The format was created to make shopping easier for customers and the store will now have more space and clearer signage – of particular note are the freshly baked breads and muffins that have been moved to the last aisle and make freezers easier to navigate.
The store employs 22 members of the local community, and the renovation will create additional employment opportunities.
Ellon customers can also stroll the “Isle of Aldi,” where they will find legendary Specialbuys available every Thursday and Sunday.
Assistant Store Manager Aidan Clarke at Aldi said: “The store looks fantastic, and we can’t wait to welcome back our loyal customers so they can see it for themselves.
“We are committed to making sure that the shopping experience every customer has in our stores is on par with the products and services they are used to.”
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