Chuck Youngstrom is ready for Aldi to grow. Early last year Aldi announced plans to add 650 new U.S. stores to its existing 1,300. “Our biggest challenge — and greatest opportunity — is managing our continued growth,” Youngstrom said in an emailed comment. “As you know, we are fine-tuning our plans to expand to Southern California, but we’re also committed to growing our footprint in some of our existing markets such as Florida and Texas.” The ...
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