Aldi Reveals Six New Changes for Its Customers under Plans to Exit Lockdown
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Aldi has revealed six new changes for its customers this weekend under plans to exit the lockdown.
The boss of the discount supermarket wrote to customers earlier today outlining significant changes that will be coming into force in its stores.
CEO Giles Hurley said: "Working together, we have continued to make changes to protect you and our colleagues, and to ensure we can feed the nation, including the most vulnerable, at this unprecedented time.
"Most recently, we have begun providing our store and distribution colleagues with the option of wearing face masks, and of accessing the Government’s Covid-19 testing programme
These moves were in addition to the other measures we have put in place to provide you with a safe, efficient and affordable shopping experience when you visit your local Aldi store."
Providing gloves to all store and distribution workers
Installing clear screens at more than 7,000 checkouts
Limiting the number of people in store at any one time
Encouraging customers to shop alone, where possible, and adhere to one person per trolley
Installing two-metre floor markers and increased in-store signage promoting physical distancing
Encouraging customers to use contactless payment such as contactless cards, Apple Pay and Google Pay rather than cash, where possible
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