ALDI Opening in Natick in November

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NATICK – Grocery shopping in Natick just got smarter, faster and easier, said ALDI. The company will open its first store in Natick as part of its $5 Billion national expansion plan to become the third-largest U.S. grocery retailer by store count by the end of 2022.

ALDI said it has set the standard for quality and affordability.

Natick residents can join the millions of shoppers who come to ALDI for premium food at great prices when the new store at 321 Speen Street opens on Thursday, Nov. 5, at 9 a.m. The Natick store will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the plaza with Burlington Coat Factory.

“We are dedicated to providing the communities we serve the best groceries at the lowest-possible prices, and we look forward to introducing Natick to their new neighborhood grocery store,” said Chris Daniels, South Windsor division vice president for ALDI. “We are focused on continuing to expand and open new stores across the country because we want to do our part. We know now, more than ever, easy access to fresh food and household essentials is invaluable.”

In the last couple of years, Natick has seen both a Wegmans and an ALDI open within the town.

ALDI stores have always been purposefully designed for simplicity and efficiency, and this year ALDI has seamlessly integrated several new safety features in all its stores across the country, said the company in a press release.

The health and safety of customers and employees are the company’s top priorities, and ALDI optimizes its stores to provide the cleanest and safest shopping environment possible, said ALDI.

The retailer has also remained focused on ensuring stores are stocked with the food and household essentials customers want and need, including healthy, convenient options and a robust selection of produce delivered fresh to all stores daily.

ALDI stores also feature open ceilings, natural lighting and are built with environmentally friendly materials.

ALDI pioneered private-label goods and for the past four decades has remained focused on saving people money on the food and products they want most. Now, more than ever, access to affordable groceries is important, and ALDI is proud to continue offering the lowest-possible prices.

When it comes to value, ALDI won’t be beat on price, and for the past 10 years, ALDI has held the esteemed title of Value Leader among U.S. grocery stores according to the Market Force Information® U.S. Grocery Competitive Study, said the company in a press release.

The retailer consistently maintains low prices by working with the best partners to curate a selection of more than 90% exclusive brands, and ALDI guarantees its products are as good as or better than national brands. In fact, 1 in 3 ALDI-exclusive products is award-winning, said the company.

Additionally, for those who prefer to buy their groceries online, ALDI continues to grow its e-commerce services. Grocery delivery is available in more than 10,000 ZIP codes, and ALDI recently announced the expansion of Curbside Grocery Pickup to nearly 600 stores nationwide.

Shoppers can visit shop.aldi.us to learn more.

To learn more about working at ALDI and search current job openings, go to careers.aldi.us.

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Photo courtesy of ALDI

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