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Aldi has opened two more stores in Greater Lisbon.  One of them is in Principe Real

Aldi has opened two more stores in Greater Lisbon. One of them is in Principe Real

“This investment has enabled the creation of around 40 new jobs in the greater Lisbon area and brings a unique discount offer to the neighbourhood,” says the food retailer.

Aldi opened two more stores on the 6th and today the 8th of December, one in Sakavim and Principe Real, bringing it to 139 stores nationwide.

“This investment has enabled the creation of around 40 new jobs in the greater Lisbon area and offers a unique discount offer for the neighbourhood,” the company says, adding that on the opening day of the new stores, Aldi offered gift vouchers for shopping, in-store tastings, exclusive discounts and more. Much.

The Príncipe Real store is located on Rua Nova de São Mamede, next to Largo, and marks the opening of the brand’s sixth store in the Portuguese capital, making it possible to realize the expansion plan for this type of store set for 2023.

With a total sales area of ​​over 700 square metres, this is now the largest food retail store in the Jardim do Príncipe Real residential area.

“By leveraging its symbolic location, the new store aims to offer a discount offer to those who live, work or visit the center of the capital, with fresh, high-quality produce, at an excellent quality-to-price ratio,” reveals the retailer.

“In addition, to provide greater convenience to all customers, the new ALDI Príncipe Real will contain a wide range of quick meal solutions, such as soups, sandwiches, wraps or salads, as well as ready-to-eat meals, ideal for taking home or for lunch in the office,” The company reveals

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With the Sacavém store, it now has five stores in the municipality of Llores – one of the ten most populous municipalities in the country and the fourth most populous in the Lisbon metropolitan area – adding the new Aldi store to existing stores in Infantado, Santa Iria da Azoia, Bobadilla and Flamenga. .

The new space is located on Rua do Estado da India, near Quinta do Aranha, a location very familiar to Sacavenenses, as it was in this place where the old Fábrica de Loiça de Sacavém was located, one of the engines of industrial development of the city.city.