BATAVIA, Ill. — Aldi plans to open more than 75 stores in 2009, including the discounter's first location in New York City, a spokeswoman for the chain told SN last week. Aldi declined to identify specific locations, but said it was looking in the boroughs of Brooklyn, Queens or Staten Island to locate its first New York store. The location would be part of a four- to six-store expansion of the retailer's Center Valley, Pa., division during 2009, including a new store in Philadelphia, where ...

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