In this June 5, 2017, photo, a woman and child walk from Aldi food market, in Salem, N.H. Low-cost grocery chain Aldi says it plans to add more stores in the U.S. over the next five years, meaning more competition for traditional grocers, Walmart and organics-focused chains like Whole Foods.
In this June 5, 2017, photo, a woman and child walk from Aldi food market, in Salem, N.H. Low-cost grocery chain Aldi says it plans to add more stores in the U.S. over the next five years, meaning more competition for traditional grocers, Walmart and organics-focused chains like Whole Foods. Elise Amendola AP
In this June 5, 2017, photo, a woman and child walk from Aldi food market, in Salem, N.H. Low-cost grocery chain Aldi says it plans to add more stores in the U.S. over the next five years, meaning more competition for traditional grocers, Walmart and organics-focused chains like Whole Foods. Elise Amendola AP
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Aldi’s $3.4 billion plan will intensify Charlotte’s low-cost grocery competition

June 12, 2017 01:10 PM

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