Aldi set to create 1,200 jobs in new UK stores this year


Aldi to create 1,200 jobs in UK this year as it continues to open stores

Aldi will create 1,200 jobs in the UK this year as it continues to open stores. 

The German discount supermarket business plans to open an average of one shop a week between now and Christmas. 

Boost: The German discount supermarket business plans to open an average of one shop a week between now and Christmas

Boost: The German discount supermarket business plans to open an average of one shop a week between now and Christmas

The retailer, which has more than 890 stores and around 35,000 UK staff, has already created 2,800 permanent jobs this year after demand for groceries rocketed in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. 

Sandhurst, Bristol and Edinburgh are among the areas where shops will open as it continues towards its target of operating 1,200 stores by 2025. 

The chain saw sales increase by 13 per cent over the 12 weeks to July 12, according to figures from Kantar.



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