Ex­panded Aldi to re­open in Ran­dall­stown on Oct. 27

Baltimore Sun - - BUSINESS MARYLAND - —Lor­raine Mirabella

Dis­count gro­cer Aldi will re­open its Ran­dall­stown store later this month af­ter ex­pand­ing and re­mod­el­ing it.

The Lib­erty Road store, which has been closed since Sept. 12, is be­ing ren­o­vated with higher ceil­ings, nat­u­ral light­ing, new sig­nage and en­vi­ron­men­tally friendly build­ing ma­te­ri­als. The first 100 shop­pers in the store Oct. 27 will be given Aldi gift cards.

Aldi is known for sell­ing ex­clu­sive dis­counted store brands and keep­ing its costs and over­head low. The no-frills stores typ­i­cally have small footprints, open-car­ton dis­plays and a 25-cent cartrental sys­tem that re­funds shop­pers’ quar­ters when the carts are re­turned.

The fast-grow­ing gro­cer now has a large pres­ence in Bal­ti­more and the sur­round­ing coun­ties. Aldi opened its 16th Bal­ti­more area store in June on Reis­ter­stown Road in Owings Mills and is plan­ning a store in Bel Air at the site of the former Mars in Bel Air Plaza on U.S. 1.

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