Recently, Aldi opened a new store just north of Fort Worth in the Presidio Junction shopping area. It marked the fifth store in Fort Worth, and the 15th in the area.
The German discount grocer isn’t resting on their laurels. According to Scott Huska, division vice president for the region, by the end of 2022, they aim to spend $3.4 billion and open 2,500 stores across the United States.
Aldi is keeping the pedal to the metal because of another discount German grocer – Lidle – opening stores in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. Lidle recently announced a proposed location in Mansfield at Debbie Lane and Matlock Road.
For now, with the aggressive growth of Aldi, North Texans have a number of options when it comes to grocery shopping.