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German Discount Grocer Aldi Expands In Florida

December 30, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A Florida newspaper report says discount supermarket chain Aldi will open a new store in Jacksonville and has filed plans for a store in Middleburg. The expansion follows the recent opening of a store in St. Augustine. Aldi’s store there offers more than 1,300 commonly purchased items sold under Aldi brand names. Prices are roughly half of what traditional supermarkets charge for comparable products. Stores are usually smaller than supermarkets, products are displayed in open cartons, and shoppers are encouraged to use their own shopping bags. Aldi has about 60 stores in 45 Florida cities, including Ocala and Daytona.
Kristen Cloud, "Aldi Expanding In Northeast Florida", The Shelby Report, December 30, 2014, © The Shelby Report
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