Aldi is scheduled to open its first eight stores in Southern California late next month — all in areas east of Los Angeles — but Stater Bros. Markets, which dominates those areas, doubts the new competitor will have much impact. “One of the great things about American supermarkets is, customers decide who the winners are by checking out new competition and then determining what they are promised and what they get,” said Jack Brown, executive chairman ...
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