THE doors will open this month on new Aldi supermarkets in Kalamunda and Northam, on a promise of offering quality products at permanently low prices.
Aldi WA managing director Anna McGrath said the discount stores would open on November 22 and along with daily deliveries of fruit, vegetables and bread, the stores will sell special buys across a range of categories including skiing, gardening, cooking or entertaining.
Special buys appear in store every Wednesday and Saturday, with previews on show the week via Aldi’s catalogue, e-newsletter, app and website.
“At Aldi, we are proud to call ourselves ‘Good Different’,” she said.
“We offer a supermarket experience that is like no other in Australia, and it’s our differences that allow us to bring unbeatable value to our customers every day.”
She said the German giant looked forward to making a difference to customers’ wallets and lifestyles.
A team of 15 to 20 permanent full and part-time staff employed in the new stores will benefit from above market salaries, a wellness program and paid maternity leave.
Aldi stores feature a modern store design with wooden produce bays, energy efficient chillers and LED lighting.