The expansion plan includes new supermarkets on Pulianas and Almuñécar avenues, in addition to the recent opening in Guadix
The ALDI supermarket chain reinforces its expansion in Granada with the opening of two new stores in the province of Granada this September. On September 7, the third ALDI will be inaugurated in the capital, an establishment of more than a thousand square meters on Pulianas Avenue, while on September 28 the first ALDI store in Almuñécar will open its doors, on Larache Street. There will be three Granada openings in just two months, after the opening of its first store in Guadix, on July 27.
The chain will thus add seven supermarkets in the province of Granada. The company has supermarkets in the towns of Armilla, Motril and Guadix; as well as two other stores in Granada City, on Calle Jimena, 2, and on Calle Palencia, 22.
According to chain sources, the openings in Granada are part of the expansion plan that will concentrate six new openings throughout the country. In addition to the two stores in Granada, they will open in Aranjuez (Madrid), Sant Adrià de Besòs (Barcelona), Granadilla de Abona (Santa Cruz de Tenerife) and Dénia (Alicante).
ALDI has increased its commercial area in the province of Granada by 22% in two and a half years. It has gone from four thousand square meters of stores in January 2020 to nearly five thousand with the new openings in Almuñécar and Granada.
“With these two new openings in the Granada area, we have added 7 stores in the homonymous province and reached the milestone of exceeding 90 stores in Andalusia. The Andalusian region is a key part of our expansion plan and today it remains the autonomous community with the most ALDI supermarkets in Spain”, values Rafael Martínez, head of Expansion at ALDI.
“We are committed to continuing to increase our presence in Granada and Andalusia, territories where we want to continue growing at a sustained rate in the coming years and generating stable employment. Today, we have a team of around 70 collaborators in the province of Granada and more than 1,200 throughout the community », he concludes.