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Aldi Buys Up 400 Winn-Dixie And Harveys Supermarts

Grocery shoppers in the Southeast can expect to see more Aldi stores starting 2024.


Photo Insert: Aldi will be converting a “significant amount” of Winn-Dixie and Harveys stores to its bare-bones store format over the coming years.



The German supermarket giant is buying Winn-Dixie and other grocery stores in the Southeast in a move to increase its presence in the region, it announced, Ramishah Maruf reported for CNN.


Some of the nearly 400 Winn-Dixie locations Aldi is acquiring will keep the familiar red-and-white Winn-Dixie branding and traditional store layout.



Aldi will be converting a “significant amount” of Winn-Dixie and Harveys stores to its bare-bones store format over the coming years, CEO Jason Hart told CNN.

The acquisition – which includes Harveys Supermarket – will add locations across Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, and Mississippi to Aldi’s portfolio. Almost 300 of these stores are based in Florida.


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The transaction is expected to close in the first half of 2024 and is pending regulatory approval. It’s part of Aldi’s long-term plan to expand across the US – it previously announced it is opening 120 new stores with a goal of 2,400 stores by the end of 2024.





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