Discount grocer Aldi declared Wednesday that it’s opening 100 locations across country in 2021 and extending its e-commerce alternatives.
The new locations, which are part of the organization’s “coast-to-coast expansion” plan, will be spread out across Arizona, California, Florida and the Northeast, Aldi said.
The grocer will likewise add curbside services to 500 extra stores before the year’s over, bringing the total number of curbside locations to more than 1,200. Notwithstanding, it actually plans to convey goods through Instacart at “almost all of its stores,” the organization said.
“We’re incredibly proud to continue growing in all aspects of our business, from opening new stores to enhancing our eCommerce offerings, especially in light of the challenges businesses have faced in the last year,” Aldi U.S. CEO Jason Hart said.
The organization has just broken ground on its new regional headquarters and distribution center in Loxley, Alabama, which is said to “support the company’s expansion throughout the Gulf Coast region.”
The 564,000-square-foot facility will service up to 100 stores in Alabama, Southern Georgia, Mississippi, the Florida Panhandle and Louisiana, Aldi said.
The organization says it’s one of America’s fastest-growing retailers with in excess of 2,000 stores across 37 states. It is likewise on target to turn into the third-biggest grocery retailer by store tally before the finish of 2022, Aldi said.