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This Low-Cost Grocery Store is Expanding Its Locations

New stores with lots of discounts are opening soon!

Grocery prices have been anything but steady lately. But one company has consistently offered significant discounts, and they keep adding more and more stores to their lineup.

Lidl, the budget grocery store with a similar concept like Aldi, already has 100 locations across the country after making its U.S. debut last year. They have locations in Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York. So the chain is well-known along the Atlantic coast — and they are expanding!

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The company recently announced that they are adding to their New York lineup. They are opening five new markets on Long Island, according to Newsday. The company purchased a local chain called Best Market in 2019 when it first landed in the U.S., and is now revamping some and reopening them as Lidl stores at the end of July and beginning of August.

"All stores will be fully remodeled into bright new spaces with a clean and simple shopping experience that saves shoppers significant time and money," says Will Harwood, the spokesman for the company.

New Locations in New Jersey are also coming soon to North Brunswick and the Jersey Shore. The company already employs about 5,000 people throughout all their 11,000 worldwide locations, but the new openings will bring more jobs, as well.

Of course, all the new Lidl locations will feature what makes it so affordable. About 80% of the products offered come from the brand's private label. This means you never need to wait for a sale to get your favorite grocery staples for cheap.

Where else can you find creamy and smooth almond butter for less than $6? Or cans of beans for less than $0.50? These are just a few of the 17 Healthy Foods to Stock Up on at Lidl Grocery Store.

Amanda McDonald
Amanda has a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University and a bachelor's degree in digital journalism from Loyola University Chicago. Read more about Amanda