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Aldi plans to double market share The company is currently building new distribution centres in Sydney and Melbourne to cope with the expected expansion, allowing it to double its impact on the Australian grocery market, according to The Australian.
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An Aldi in SA would be great. Was driving down North East Road tonight, and saw that the old Foodworks (previously Coles) was still abandonned. It on one of the busiest arterials in Adelaide, and the population in the area surely exceeds 20,000! It would have to be a great size for Aldi, from what I remember from a few visits before it closed, it about the same size (if not bigger) than Aldi I visited in Victoria! And although Aldi don use the conventional shelving as Coles/Foodworks did, it still been a supermarket, so would still have many useful features in it.