Tag Archives: ALDI

Groceries have gone up this Christmas

Groceries are set to be more expensive for Christmas 2019 than in other years, according to the Choice Christmas Basket Challenge. What is the Choice Christmas Basket Challenge? Choice conducts the comparison by putting together a shopping list of 22 items from each store that Australians typically purchase around Christmas …

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Aldi’s Graduate Program is now taking applications

Applications for the 2021 Aldi Graduate Program are now open. The company is now looking for recent university graduates wanting a career in retail. The Graduate Program is a comprehensive 14-month training program, specifically designed to develop a team of leaders in their business. Those who participate are expected to …

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Aldi publishes its ‘Child Labour Policy’

Aldi Australia, as part of Aldi South, has strengthened its efforts to eliminate child labour risks globally by publishing an independent ‘Child Labour Policy’. The ‘Child Labour Policy’ defines child labour so any potential incidents can be identified. It outlines expectations of business partners and processes upon identifying any cases of …

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In retailers we trust

Retail, supermarkets and consumer products are Australia’s most trusted industries, according to Roy Morgan’s Risk Monitor. Measuring Net Trust Score (NTS), the research found hardware retailer Bunnings to be the nation’s most trusted brand. Aldi and Woolworths ranked second and third. Coles and Kmart also made the top 10, ranked …

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Aussie first: Aldi joins Ocean Disclosure Project

Aldi has revealed that it is the first Australian supermarket to join the Ocean Disclosure Project (ODP). The project means that Aldi will voluntarily disclose where its seafood products are sourced from. “Our commitments mean that all of the fish and seafood sold at Aldi will be recognised by an …

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ALDI MiniRoos hop into more success

Aldi’s MiniRoos program 2019 has proven to be a big success as they saw an increase of 4,606 participants, with the Kick-Off program growing by 3,627. The program which is in partnership with the Football Federation Australia (FFA) took place over 2,000 communities across Australia, introducing kids to the game …

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Roy Morgan: Foodland tops Supermarket of the Month again

Foodland has secured its twelfth straight Roy Morgan Supermarket of the Month Award with a customer satisfaction rating of 86 per cent for July 2019. The retailer has now won nineteen of the past twenty monthly awards. Foodland’s customer satisfaction rating of 86 per cent was followed by Aldi (83 …

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Who takes top shelf for the best sliced bread?

Consumer advocate Choice tested 30 supermarket sliced white bread (24 regular and six gluten-free) to determine who sits on the top shelf. Between the judges, there were 90 years of baking expertise. “Our expert taste testers conducted a blind test of classic white bread brands and also gluten free brands …

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Results are in for customer favourites

In the battle for the modern grocery shopper, Woolworths edges out Coles, but watch out for Aldi. The findings are from the inaugural Australian Grocer Retailer Preference Index (RPI) released by customer data science platform Dunnhumby. The report was modelled after a series of studies that Dunnhumby conducted in the …

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Private label leads the way

Competitor supermarkets Aldi and Lidl as well as Spar received Private Label Manufacturers Association (PLMA) 2019 Salute to Excellence awards. The awards, which honour innovation in food and non-food private label products, were held at the World of Private Label International Trade Show held in Amsterdam towards the end of …

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