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Aldi Will Change Grocery Retail Scene In U.S., Analysts Say

April 14, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Discount retailer Aldi is looming to drastically change the grocery retailing market in the United States. With a retail strategy that focuses on selling its private-label equivalents of established American food products, Aldi combines a control label National Brand Equivalent portfolio with the removal of typical supermarket services from its offerings. For example, the retailer does not have counter service departments and shelving, and requires deposit from shoppers using its shopping carts.
"ALDI Is A Growing Menace To America's Grocery Retailers", Forbes, April 14, 2015, © Forbes.com LLC™
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