Aldi Australia

April 8, 2009 at 8:10 am 4 comments

aldi-logo1The German brothers Karl and Theo Albrecht certainly wouldn’t have thought that their no frills grocery store concept Aldi could be one of Germany’s major export success stories when they started their business in 1913.

Aldi set foot on Australian shores in 2001 and since has quickly build up over 200 stores covering NSW, VIC, QLD and ACT. Clearly, downunder must have been a economically viable market. How else could Aldi afford stores in prime locations such as Manly Wharf?

Leibspeise is pretty sure that not only the more than 100,000 Germans living in Australia, but also Aussies must have fallen in love with Aldi’s no frills stores offering good quality for little money as well as German specialities. How can anyone resist such German delights like Palazzo biscuits, Haribo Gummi Bears, Ritter Sport chocolate and Stollen, Spekulatius and Dominosteine for Christmas…

Yummie German delights

Yummie German delights @ Aldi

Further information on Aldi including an up to date store locator as well as their list of weekly specials can be found here:

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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Susanne  |  April 17, 2009 at 11:42 am

    You gotta add the Schwartz Cafe in Wentworth, Blue Mtns, NSW. It’s soo good! Excellent German cakes and very authentic net curtains. Everything served with mountains of fresh Schlagsahne on the side – even eclairs!!! A place to get lost in time and place (1950s Schwarzwald most likely to judge by the interior and the level of public corybantic indulgence in fat) But rustic, not tacky. LOVE IT!!
    Good bread and fresh pretzels as well.

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