ALDI at Toronto will close its doors for a period of two weeks from Saturday while it undergoes a 'comprehensive store upgrade'.
The supermarket will temporarily close from 4pm on June 27 and reopen on Saturday, July 11 with a fresh new look, including better product displays, improved navigation and modern styling, an ALDI Australia spokesperson said.
"While we're delighted to be introducing these innovations, we want our customers to know they won't lead to higher prices," the spokesperson said.
"Low prices are a big deal for ALDI. In fact, we refuse to be beaten on price. This is our fundamental point of difference and one we will never give away."
The improved store features will include redesigned shelving, expanded wooden produce bays, extended energy efficient chillers and energy efficient LED lighting.
There will also be improved point-of-sale displays and store signage.
"We're excited to be undertaking these upgrades and welcome the community to visit our new store from Saturday, July 11 and share their feedback about the store experience," the spokesperson said, adding that the store would continue to be supported by a team of 20-25 permanent full and part-time employees.
The next closes ALDI from the Toronto store is located at 57 Thomas Street, Edgeworth.