Aldi has revealed that it plans to open two dozen stores in Portugal by the end of the year.

"After celebrating the opening of its 108th store in the country, the third since the beginning of the year, the food retailer continues with its expansion plan, planning to open a total of 20 stores by the end of 2022 and reach new areas of the country", reveals the supermarket group, in a statement sent to Notícias ao Minuto.

Matosinhos, Guimarães, Palmela (Quinta do Anjo) and Loulé are some of the openings planned for the second half of the year, according to Aldi.

"Maintaining the pace of openings in 2021, when it was possible to open more than 20 stores, Aldi aims to reach 200 stores in the coming years, with the objective of being closer to customers and being able to offer in a simple, fast and differentiating way, the freshest and highest quality products at the best price".