Good news for shoppers at discount supermarket chain Aldi with expansion plans underway in Florida.
This includes two new stores as well as the reopening of a store that has been closed for several months.
Venice, Florida store reopening
The Aldi store in Venice, Florida, will reopen on Thursday.
The store located at 1687 S. Tamiami Trail, Venice, Florida, which Hurricane Ian damaged, has been closed for the last few months. A grand reopening will be staged at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, February 9.
“Aldi is proud to have assisted with hurricane recovery and charitable work over the last four months, like packing thousands of disaster relief boxes, providing financial support to hurricane relief funds, and donating truckloads of products. With this, Aldi is thrilled to begin servicing the Venice community once again.”
Two new stores in Florida
Last month Aldi opened a new store at 8580 Heritage Green Way, Bradenton, FL 34212.
The next store in Florida to open will be at 5500 East 7th Street, Callaway, FL 32404. This store is scheduled to open on Thursday, February 23.
Aldi was founded by brothers Karl and Theo Albrecht in 1946 in Germany and now has over 10,000 stores across 20 countries.
Are you glad to see Aldi expand across Florida? Do you shop there? Do you find Aldi cheaper than other grocery stores? Where else in Florida would you like to see them open?
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