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December 15, 2021 By admin Off

Entry may be limited at busy times to help staff and shoppers keep social distancing rules, so expect spaced-out queues.

Here’s what you need to know.

You can still shop for your groceries and household items online, but due to high demand the store has had to make some changes to their online order delivery times. Christmas delivery times have now likely passed.

What are the festive opening hours for Aldi?

Wear a mask while shopping to protect others.

The supermarket has annoucned it will close on certain days over the festive period to allow it’s staff to spend some well-deserved time off. Here is the latest information:

There are clear screens and two metre markers at the checkout to help shoppers observe social distancing rules.

Early customer stockpiling led supermarkets to impose restrictions on some items but as the country adjusts to life under quarantine, Aldi has decided to lift those measures.

Key workers like NHS, police and fire service staff will be able to skip queues at any time if they produce a valid ID at any time.

The supermarket chain has also altered some hours to take into account Christmas, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.

How to shop -instore.

Customers can now buy however much of whatever they need in stores, except for a few items.

Deliveries will be contact-free with drivers leaving parcels at your door to reduce hand-to-hand contact. They may ring or knock on your door before standing back two metres to watch you collect your shopping. They may ask for your second name in order to validate the delivery. If you’ve made a particularly large order, the supermarket may contact you to discuss the best way to leave your delivery as drivers will not be able to enter your home or property.

Customers are asked to use contactless payment at tills if they can.

Aldi has not allocated dedicated shopping times for the elderly, but are working alongside Age UK to support the needs of older shoppers.


The time frame for delivery has been changed to 3 to 10 working days.

The supermarket is asking customers to shop alone using one trolley where ppossible in order to support social distancing in its stores. Parents who have no option but to shop with their children will be allowed to continue to do so.

s supermarkets remain one of the few places still open for business during the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the nation, Aldi has revised its opening and closing times to ensure customers can still shop for the essentials.

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Nor does Aldi have plans to facilitate online deliveries, in which the two supermarket giants have invested heavily.

It now has more than 500 stores and a 12.4 per cent share of Australia's $110 billion food and grocery sector (according to the most recent data from Roy Morgan).

At about the same time (again, accounts differ on the year) they had a major disagreement over whether to sell cigarettes. They resolved the dispute by splitting the business into two geographic entities: Aldi Nord ("North"), run by Theo (and selling cigarettes), and Aldi Süd ("South"), run by Karl. The split was amicable, and they managed the two divisions collaboratively.

In 2020 Aldi was named Australia's best supermarket by consumer review website Canstar Blue (the seventh time in a decade), and second-most trusted brand (after Bunnings) by Roy Morgan.

So Aldi continues to be an exception to the rule in Australian supermarket retailing.

Private and phantom labels.

So by the time Aldi opened its first stores in Australia, it was a booming multinational. It now has more than 10,000 stores in 20 countries, including China.

Few Australian supermarket executives at the time would have considered them models for success. They couldn't imagine the impact Aldi would have on Australia's retail sector and shopping habits.

Aldi's story began in 1913, when Anna Albrecht opened a small grocery store in the city of Essen, western Germany.

Twenty years ago, on January 25, 2001, a virtually unknown German supermarket chain quietly opened its first stores in Australia.

It never had to cope with customer backlash over phasing out free single-use plastic bags either. Because it never offered free shopping bags, always charging 15 cents for them.

While its competitors have emulated Aldi in several ways, the German chain remains a very different no-frills operation.

The brothers adopted the name Aldi — combining the first two syllables of Albrecht Diskont ("discount" in German) — in 1961 (though accounts differ on the year).

There are always limited quantities and shoppers regularly experience disappointment. Despite this — indeed because of this — shoppers will queue and keep coming back. These quirky, seasonal, limited-stock items create excitement and FOMO – fear of missing out.

In 2016, Woolworths launched its own range of phantom brands. Coles followed suit in 2020 with brands including "Wild Tides" tuna and "KOI" toiletries.

Shoppers had to bring and pack their own bags themselves. To use a trolley required a "gold coin". They didn't seek to entice customers with "loyalty" rewards or other gimmicks.

Aldi's growth in Australia.

The two stores — one in Sydney's inner-west suburb of Marrickville, the other in the outer south-west, near Bankstown Airport — were small, about a quarter the size of a mainstream supermarket. Each stocked just 900 products, 90 per cent of which were unknown brands.

The "food discounter" model had been dominated by now defunct Franklins and Bi-Lo (owned by Coles). By the late 1990s, however, these chains had messed with their "no-frills" model through attempts to go upmarket. It proved disastrous. Franklins went into terminal decline. Coles abandoned the Bi-Lo brand in 2006.

In June 2020, Coles launched its own fortnightly "special buys".

It hasn't bothered with investing in the self-service checkouts that are now ubiquitous in other stores. It continues to offer only long conveyer belts and seated register operators.

The bigger supermarkets have also been forced to emulate Aldi's drawcard of bi-weekly "special buys" — heavily discounted items not normally sold in supermarkets. These have included televisions, lawn mowers, vacuum cleaners, motorcycle jackets, luggage and (curiously for a country like Australia) ski gear.

In coming to Australia, Aldi pounced on a gap in the grocery retail market.

It overtook the IGA group to become the third-biggest player in Australia's supermarket sector by the end of 2013 — taking 10.3 per cent of all grocery dollars (with Coles having 33.5 per cent and Woolworths 39 per cent). Its first stores in South Australia and Western Australia came in 2016.

Aldi's history.

Its practices have influenced how the other supermarkets do business. In particular it has forced competitors to increase their own "private label" (or home-brand) products, introduce "phantom brands", and promote ever-changing "special buy" general merchandise ranges.

Aldi expanded quickly. By mid-2003 it had 38 stores in New South Wales and six in Victoria. By 2011, it had 251 stores. By early 2013, more than 280, and had expanded to Canberra.

Notably, Aldi sells no "ALDI" branded products. Instead it trades in phantom brands, such as "Belmont" ice cream, "Radiance" cleaning product and "Lacura" skin care. These brands are intended to overcome perceptions of private label items being lower quality.

By the end of the decade they had more than a dozen stores, and by the end of the 1950s more than 300.

In 2004 private labels comprised an estimated 9 per cent of the products Coles and Woolworths stocked. By 2019 they made up 30 per cent of Coles' sales. Woolworths has similarly increased its private-label range, due explicitly to pressure from Aldi's arrival and expansion.

From the late 1960s Aldi began to expand across Europe, beginning with the acquisition of Austrian grocery chain Hofer. It opened its first US store, in Iowa City, in 1976, and its first British store, in Birmingham, in 1990.

Her two sons, Karl and Theo, took over the business after World War II. In the impoverished conditions that followed Germany's defeat, they focused on keeping costs, and prices, low. Among their strategies were to stock only the most popular items and avoid perishable items.

Gary Mortimer is a professor of marketing and consumer behaviour at Queensland University of Technology. Louise Grimmer is a senior lecturer in retail marketing at the University of Tasmania. This article originally appeared on The Conversation.