DENTON, Texas — Limited-assortment discount grocer Aldi will open its first 11 Texas stores, all in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, on March 18, the company said Monday. As previously reported, the German-owned chain, with U.S. headquarters in Batavia, Ill., plans a total of 27 North Texas stores in the next few months, including nine set to to open in April and an additional seven scheduled to open in May. Aldi said it will have invested more than $150 million in capital expenditures in the ...
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