More than 500 people showed up within the first 30 minutes of the grand opening of Aldi's first New York City store in Rego Park, Queens. “The Queens opening received an overwhelming welcome from the community,” Aldi Co-President Charles Youngstrom told SN. The discount grocer hopes for a similar reaction to additional stores slated to open soon in the New York City area, including one in the Bronx and another in Bay Shore, a suburb on Long Island. Later this year, ...
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