Aldi's store in Clonmel, Co Tipperary has reopened its doors following a €3.8 million refurbishment and extension.
The two-month revamp has seen the store's floor space increase by 25 per cent, while the building is now powered by 100 per cent green electricity.
The supermarket chain said the work in Clonmel adds to the company's €29.4 million investment in Co Tipperary since 2003.
As part of the reopening, Aldi have also cut the price of a number of their special buys, including an upright steamer and a pressure washer.
"Our new and improved store is fantastic news for local shoppers," Aldi's Clonmel store manager Richard Blake said at the reopening.
"The spacious design means it is easier for Clonmel customers to pick up what they need, and our aim is to ensure the very best customer shopping experience."