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Next Round Of SoCal Aldi Stores To Open April 21

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Last updated on June 14th, 2024 at 09:43 am

About a month after it debuted its first California stores, Aldi will open its next round of stores in the region on Thursday, April 21. Six of the 10 new stores will be located in Los Angeles County, three in Orange County and one in San Bernardino County.

“California customers who are new to Aldi might not recognize our brands, but they definitely will recognize the great taste and quality and will love our everyday low prices,” said Gordon Nesbit, Moreno Valley division VP for Aldi. “It’s clear shoppers throughout the country, including those in the Southland, appreciate saving money on the groceries they buy the most, including everything from fresh meat, fruits, vegetables, dairy and bakery items to organic and gluten-free foods. And it’s our approach to making great quality groceries affordable that has helped Aldi become one of the fastest growing retailers in the U.S. We look forward to our continued expansion across Southern California.”

The April grand openings are the next step in the grocery retailer’s plan to open approximately 45 stores in Southern California by the end of 2016, eight of which opened in March. Aldi says the Southern California store openings play a significant role in the company’s strategic plan to expand to nearly 2,000 stores from coast to coast by the end of 2018.

Stores celebrating their grand opening on April 21 will host an official ribbon-cutting ceremony at 8:45 a.m. The first 100 shoppers to arrive at each store will receive a golden ticket redeemable for an Aldi gift certificate of various amounts, and all shoppers will be invited to enter an on-site sweepstakes for a chance to win produce for a year. Additionally, shoppers on April 21, 22, 23 and 24 will receive a complimentary Aldi reusable eco-bag, while supplies last.

“Great-quality groceries and everyday low prices make for an unmatched combination that shoppers love, and that couldn’t be more true than it is right here in California,” said Nesbit. “We are thrilled to be part of the SoCal community and are humbled by the very warm welcome that we’ve received so far. We encourage everyone to stop by and check us out—and start getting fresh groceries for less.”

Stores opening April 21 are located at:

• 275 S. Euclid Street, Anaheim

• 1403 S. Baldwin Avenue, Arcadia

• 8351 La Palma Avenue, Buena Park

• 11530 South Street, Cerritos

• 1400 N. Azusa Avenue, Covina

• 17070 Magnolia Street, Fountain Valley

• 3330 W. Century Boulevard, Inglewood

• 2268 Foothill Boulevard, La Verne

• 740 W. Rancho Vista Boulevard, Palmdale

• 4020 Highland Avenue, San Bernardino

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