BATAVIA, Ill. — Aldi, a discount supermarket owned by the same family in Germany as Trader Joe’s, is expanding its Ohio presence with a new store on a highly built-up retail strip in the town of Fairlawn, according to a report in the Akron Beacon Journal. Kevin McClure, director of real estate for Aldi's Hinckley division said the company had been working to secure that site for about three years. Fairlawn Mayor Bill Roth told the newspaper that Aldi is, “trying to make it more of an ...

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