Aldi has revealed where it wants to open new stores in Norfolk as it invests £1.4bn over the next two years. 

Britain's fourth largest supermarket is committed to a long-term target of 1,500 stores in the UK – meaning it is on the hunt for more locations. 

The company is now searching for a new site to open in King's Lynn.

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Richard Thornton, Aldi's communications director, said: "We want to make our great value groceries accessible to all and to do that we need more stores.

"The areas we've identified in our latest list are places where there is demand for stores and we are committed to continue investing until we can bring our quality products and unbeatable prices to as many people as possible."

The budget retailer also opened a new supermarket in Longwater near Costessey in July this year.