THE northern suburbs will welcome its second Aldi store this month.
Six weeks after launching in Joondalup, the German supermarket chain has announced it will open the doors to its Butler store on July 20.
WA managing director Damien Scheidel said it would feature redesigned shelving, expanded wooden produce bays and sleek signage and displays.
“We have been listening to customer feedback on the eastern seaboard and believe these upgrades will make it even easier and more enjoyable for West Australians to shop with us,” he said.
“While our customers can expect an enhanced shopping experience, the changes won’t impact our prices.”
Mr Scheidel said apart from fruit and vegetables, customers would not pay more for groceries than eastern states shoppers.
“These products are purchased state by state and therefore there will be minor variances in pricing for these items,” he said.
The Butler Boulevard store will operate seven days.