ALDI will reveal a new look for its Worcester store when it re-opens to customers this week.

Aldi, in Pheasant Street, will reopen on Thursday following its transformation, which is part of Aldi’s £300m investment into improving its stores and services.

The store employs 24 members of staff, and the refurbishment will create an additional job opportunity.

Aldi store manager, Richard Howard, said: “The store is looking fantastic, and we can’t wait to welcome our loyal customers back so they can see it for themselves.


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"We’re committed to making sure that the shopping experience each customer enjoys in our stores is on a par with the products and services they’re used to.

"Customers will notice a few small changes throughout the store to align with social distancing guidelines, ensuring we keep our community safe, and we thank you for the co-operation in ensuring the safety of both our colleagues and customers.”

The new-look store increases space, and there will be a new and improved Food to Go section, offering a choice of fresh salads, sandwiches and sushi.

The format has been created to make shopping easier for Worcester customers and the store will now have wider aisles and clearer signs.

Fresh bread and cakes have been moved to the last aisle preventing them getting squashed under customers’ shopping and the store will now offer new, easy to browse freezers.