NEW YORK — Aldi on Thursday opened its doors in New York City for the first time, introducing its brand of limited-assortment discount to one of the densest markets in the U.S. "We have very high expectations for this store," Bruce Pehrson, divisional vice president for Aldi, said at a preview event at the store in the Rego Park section of Queens on Thursday. "We have the opportunity to serve more than 100,000 people within a mile and a half radius. That exceeds our typical demographics by ...
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