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Move over Aldi, more discount supermarkets on the way
Discount grocer Aldi may soon be facing competition from cut-price European rivals if trends in the $88 billion Australian grocery market mirror those in the UK.
Sydney Morning Herald 17/07/2014     no charge     600 words

Move over Aldi, more discount supermarkets on the way
Discount grocer Aldi may soon be facing competition from cut-price European rivals if trends in the $88 billion Australian grocery market mirror those in the UK.
The Age 17/07/2014     no charge     600 words

Aldi Australia doubles up on its management structure
Aldi has appointed one of its longest-serving executives as joint group managing director, moving to the dual-management model in place at Aldi operations around the world.
The Age 31/03/2014     no charge     357 words

Reform opens doors for Aldi
Supermarket discounter Aldi has upped the ante in its battle with Coles and Woolworths, taking advantage of changes to Victoria's planning laws to open in previously restricted locations.
The Age 26/02/2014     no charge     344 words

Aldi shows way for more foreign stores
The rapid growth of German-owned supermarket Aldi in Australia could open the door for more foreign grocery chains, analysts say.
Sydney Morning Herald 13/02/2014     no charge     100 words

Aldi shows way for more foreign stores
The rapid growth of German-owned supermarket Aldi in Australia could open the door for more foreign grocery chains, analysts say. Aldi has almost doubled its share of the $82 billion grocery market and now accounts for more than 10 per cent of grocery sales, knocking Metcash's IGA supermarket network out of third place. Its market share still trails that of market leaders Woolworths and Coles Supermarkets Australia, which together account for 72.5 per cent of supermarket grocery sales, according ...
The Age 13/02/2014     no charge     100 words

Aldi apologises for 'racist' shirts
DISCOUNT supermarket chain Aldi has pulled an Australia Day T-shirt and singlet from its stores amid claims on social media that designs featured on the garments were racist.
Newcastle Herald 09/01/2014     no charge     139 words

Germany's grocery kings on top
Karl Albrecht, the co-founder of discount supermarket chain Aldi, who is 93 and lives out of the public eye, has again topped Germany's rich list with a fortune estimated at ?17.8 billion ($25.6 billion). At second place on the list with ?16 billion were the families of Theo Albrecht jnr and his late brother Berthold, co-owners of the separate company Aldi Nord. Third on ?13 billion was Dieter Schwarz, the owner of Aldi's rival Lidl. Former formula one world champion Michael Schumacher made it ...
Sydney Morning Herald 09/10/2013     no charge     84 words

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