ALDI is bringing its ‘Good Different’ offerings to Blackburn Square locals in Melbourne’s east with a new store at 66-104 Springfield Road.

The new store provides the Blackburn Square community with high-quality products at low prices and has created 15 to 20 new full and part time jobs in the local area. The new 1,1188 square metre store has access to over 800 parking spaces and features a range of innovations, including self-serve check-outs, modern interior design and simple navigation. ALDI Blackburn Square is packed with award-winning fresh produce, 100% Australian meat and top shelf liquor. 

“We are delighted to be making Blackburn Square a new home for Australia’s lowest priced groceries. We offer a supermarket experience like no other and are proud to call ourselves ‘Good Different’. Our curated range of exclusive brands, coupled with streamlined operations, and our coin deposit trolleys are just some of the small differences that allow us to cut out unnecessary costs and pass these savings onto customers,” ALDI Australia regional managing director, David Zalunardo said.  

“Our Price Promise remains the same from the day we opened our first store over 20 years ago – we won’t be beaten on the cost of your weekly shop. We look forward to welcoming the residents of Blackburn Square to the store so they can discover the savings that can be made for themselves.”

In August 2020, ALDI became the first Australian supermarket to commit to 100% renewable electricity, achieving this in June 2021. All ALDI Australia stores, offices and warehouses are now fully powered by renewable electricity.

In addition to being completely powered by renewable electricity, in 2019, ALDI also committed to reducing plastic packaging by 25% and ensuring 100% of packaging will be reusable, recyclable or compostable by 2025. In 2021, ALDI committed to sending zero waste to landfill by 2025 with an initial focus on reducing food waste.