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Aldi announces extended opening hours across Irish stores |



Supermarket chain Aldi has announced extended opening hours across its 161 stores in Ireland.

From March 25th, most Aldi stores will open from 8am, Monday to Saturday, and close at 10pm.

The 9am to 9pm time for Sundays and Bank Holidays remains the same.

Customers are advised to check their local Aldi for changes to the times, as some stores in Dublin, Cork and Meath have different opening hours.

Donald Mackay, managing director of operations at Aldi Ireland, said: “We are excited to announce our extended opening hours. They will ensure our customers have even more time to explore the wide range of offerings available in-store.

“We know our customers have busy lives, and we want to make shopping with Aldi as convenient as possible. We’re as committed as ever to providing quality products at unbeatable prices whilst also offering more flexibility to our customers.”

Aldi currently employs 4,650 people and operates a network of 161 stores across the Republic, with an Aldi in every county.

Aldi also plans to expand its store network in Dublin, resulting in an investment of €73 million in 11 new stores with the creation of 350 new full-time jobs over five years.

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