The Garner area’s second ALDI retailer opens next week, however that is the primary from the German grocer to open in Johnston County.
The retailer is at 5142 N.C. 42, in a cluster of retail institutions and eating places simply off of Interstate 40 in an unincorporated area of Johnston County. The ALDI is on the Son-Lan Parkway and N.C. 42 intersection, close to Walmart.
The location will open at 9 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 21, with curbside grocery pickup starting Feb. 4. Store hours are 9 a.m. to eight p.m. The different Garner ALDI is at 750 Timber Drive.
The newest retailer is a part of ALDI’s enlargement plan to turn into the third-largest U.S. grocery retailer (by retailer depend) by the tip of 2022.
ALDI has 13 different places in Wake, Durham and Orange counties, most not too long ago opening a Holly Springs store at 7400 GB Alford Highway in December 2020, and a Raleigh store at 6300 Creedmoor Road in April.
The Germany-based grocery chain emphasizes “simplicity and efficiency” together with “affordable groceries and a safe shopping experience.” The shops are a lot smaller than most U.S. chain grocery shops, resembling Harris Teeter, Food Lion, Publix and Wegmans.
ALDI shops promote largely private-label items and have earned a fiercely loyal fan base.
In a News & Observer survey of grocery prices in the Raleigh area, performed in October 2019, ALDI was among the many lowest-priced shops within the Triangle, on par with supersized Walmart and Lidl, one other German chain.
A 2018 MarketForce trade survey confirmed that consumers ranked ALDI high within the nation within the class of “value for money.”