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March 20

Kaufland a Weird Aldi Style Discount Store Is Coming to Australia

Posted by on March 20, 2017 at 8:29 AM

None of you may have heard of Kaufland before, but we wouldn’t blame you either because it’s big in places like Bulgaria and other eastern European countries. The big supermarket chain has announced that it is coming to Australia, its first English speaking country to date.

Kaufland a Weird Aldi Style Discount Store Is Coming to Australia

Kaufland stores are different to those of Aldi because they are usually 20,000 square meters in size, that’s 15 times larger than Aldi and five times larger than a big Coles or Woolworths. The large discount store is known for cheap money saving deals and discounts, holding roughly 40,000 items compared to Aldi’s 1,300 different products.

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November 21

Australia’s Supermarket Industry Is under Fire Again from Germany

Posted by on November 21, 2016 at 8:17 AM

Australia should prepare itself for cheaper products and more money saving opportunities in the wake of the new supermarket, Kaufland’s arrival. The German discount brand is heading down under because it wants to stop Aldi having all of the fun.

Australia’s Supermarket Industry Is under Fire Again from Germany

Kaufland is owned by Aldi’s rival, Lidl as well as the Schwarz Group who control $49.4 billion worth of the German grocery market and they are planning on an expansion into Australia. It appears that Coles and Woolworths have a big battle ahead of them, with Aldi only being the tip of the discount shopping iceberg.

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May 12

How To Create a World Class Savers Shopping List

Posted by on May 12, 2015 at 8:48 AM

Everyone and their mother at some point during the week or month will do a grocery shop for household foods and necessities. This is what makes the subject quite popular on Buckscoop, because if you can find ways to save every time you hit the supermarket then that’s a saving you can make continuously week in, week out, year after year.

 How To Create a World Class Savers Shopping List

A weekly shop equates to a total of 52 individual savings per year, allowing you to instead spend a greater portion of your hard earned money on things that you actually get more out of in life from, such as holidays. The key to this process is knowing where to start and always ensuring that you get the best price available on items. This is why I want to show you four easy steps to run you through to get the most competitive prices in your area and save money with every shop.

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