ALDI to open three more South Florida stores

 

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ALDI, a discount grocer, said it will open three new stores in South Florida. A store at 1460 W. 49th St., in Hialeah will open Feb. 26, while stores at 19100 N.W. 27th Ave. in Miami Gardens, and at 747 S. Federal Hwy in Deerfield Beach will open Feb. 27.

ALDI, known for its exclusive brands at low prices, will host ribbon-cutting ceremonies at 8:45 a.m. at the new locations on opening days. The public is invited to attend, sample ALDI brands, tour the new store and enter an on-site sweepstakes for a chance to win ALDI gift certificates, the company said.

With the new shops, ALDI will have 14 stores in South Florida, of a total of 1,300 stores in 32 states.

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