Aldi may have been dubbed the cheapest supermarket for its big buy over the past year, but they could face competition soon. Russian retailer Mere will open in the UK and claims to be 30% cheaper than other discounters like Lidl and Aldi.
Mere is owned by Svetofor in Siberia and has a “no service, no marketing” policy that allows savings to be passed on to the customer and hence why they are relatively cheap. Four stores will open across the UK, the first of which is in Preston with Ireland possibly following suit.
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