Aldi is working to launch its e-commerce service for its bazaar products and has already started the selection process to incorporate a Specialized Team that will be dedicated to managing the day-to-day of this new service, as reported by the company in a statement.

The supermarket chain thus takes another step in its expansion strategy and will launch for the next few years a new shopping service on-line that will allow its customers to easily access non-food products that are marketed weekly in the bazaar area.

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The team that will integrate the e-commerce area of ​​Aldi bazaar products in Spain will be made up of professionals of different technical profiles, with the aim that the launch of the service meets the needs of its customers. Soon, the selection process will be activated by the ALDI e-commerce team.

Affordable and easy purchase option

As part of its regular offer, ALDI provides customers with various non-food products that are included in its bazaar section, such as DIY items, gardening, toys, household, leisure and sports and small household appliances among many other categories. This section offers new products weekly and also has special offers that can be found throughout the year.

ALDI’s business model makes it easier for customers to opt for ways to save to face inflation: discounts, with low prices in all product categories, high-quality basic products at good prices, as well as weekly promotions and a strong presence of the own brand.

This model is gaining more and more followers in Spain; Currently, there are more than 6 million Spanish families who trust ALDI for their regular purchase, according to data from Kantar Worldpanel. During 2022 the company plans to open in Spain more than 40 new supermarkets.