O'FALLON, Mo. — Seeking to boost traffic among a shopper base troubled by rising food prices, Aldi has launched a first-of-its-kind program to lower its everyday prices on more than 100 of its top-selling items at 60 stores serviced by its O'Fallon division here. The nine-week pilot program, which kicked off Feb. 10, may eventually be replicated in additional markets, an Aldi official told SN. “With inflation strong and a lot of prices going up in the grocery industry, we feel the timing ...

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