More Lidl discount grocery stores coming to the U.S.
The German-based discount grocery chain, Lidl, announced they will have up to 150 U.S. locations by the end of 2021. Lidl is set to invest over $500 million into 50 new stores in nine states by the end of 2021.
The new stores will be located in Virginia, Delaware, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, and New York. The new Lidl chain locations will also generate jobs for nearly 2,000 employees.
Lidl will also be closing two under-performing locations in Shelby and Havelock, North Carolina. Lidl originally planned to open 100 stores in the US by 2018 but scaled back in order to reach its goal by 2020.
Lidl opened stores in the U.S. with low discount prices to compete with other discount grocery chains including Trader Joe. A recent study indicates that Lidl offers prices 45 percent lower than Trader Joes but offering lower prices has impacted Lidl’s early performance.
Here is a list of the upcoming locations to look out for:
– 37th St., Astoria
– Larkfield Rd., East Northport
– Dogwood Ave., Franklin Square
– Middle Country Rd., Lake Grove
– Merrick Rd., Massapequa
– Sunrise Hwy., Oakdale
– Harbor View Marketplace, Bayonne
– Hooper Ave., Brick
– Fire Rd., Egg Harbor Township
– South Ave., Garwood
– Delsea Drive, Glassboro
– Blackwood, Gloucester Township
– S. Black Horse Pike, Lawrenceville
– Kinderkamack Rd., Park Ridge
– Park Ave., Weehawken
– St. Georges Ave., Woodbridge
– E. Baltimore Ave., Clifton Heights
– Columbia Ave., Lancaster
– Roosevelt Blvd., Philadelphia
– York Rd., Warminster
– Pulaski Hwy., Bear
– Solomons Island Rd., Annapolis
– Ritchie Hwy., Brooklyn Park
– Little Patuxent Pkwy., Columbia
– Ritchie Hwy., Glen Burnie
– W. Patrick St., Frederick
– Montgomery Village Ave., Montgomery Village
– Livingston Rd., Oxon Hill
– New Hampshire Ave., Takoma Park
– Padonia Rd., Timonium
– Randolph Rd., Wheaton
– Little River Turnpike., Alexandria
– Olde Keene Mill Road., Burke
– Chantilly Crossing Ln., Chantilly
– Gallows Rd., Falls Church
– Liberia Ave., Manassas
– Leesburg Pike, Sterling
– Apex Peakway, Apex
– S Church St., Burlington
– S Tryon St., Charlotte
– West Mallard Creek Church Rd.
– Oleander Dr., Wilmington, NCDorchester Rd., North Charleston
– Peachtree Industrial Blvd., Duluth
– Mount Vernon Rd., Dunwoody
– Johnson Ferry Rd., East Cobb
– Whitlock Ave SW., Marietta
– Roswell Rd., Sandy Springs
– Bells Ferry Rd., Woodstock
November 24, 2022
Without pandemic-era loan accommodation, borrowers are falling behind. During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous aid and accommodation...
As Twitter changes hands, policies change as well. As of last Friday, social platform Twitter is officially the property...
Remote workers have brought in a tidy sum for several major carriers. While the COVID-19 pandemic has reached a...
The CPI rose another 0.4% in September. For the past several months, the United States Federal Reserve has been...
Musk appears to be backing down from his legal threats. For the last several months, Tesla CEO Elon Musk...
Amazon is looking to start the holiday shopping season even earlier this year. Typically, online retail giant Amazon holds...
Home Depot still maintains a healthy customer base despite economic concerns. Ongoing concerns of inflation have done a number...
A railway strike would severely impact the US economy. This week, representatives of the National Railway Labor Conference and...
Customers have been tipping less generously as pandemic restrictions relax. At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, when many...
After years of exclusivity, Peloton is finally allowing third-party sales. Since it first launched as a company, exercise device...
Uber was first on the chopping block as SoftBank recoups losses. Recently, Japanese conglomerate SoftBank suffered a major loss...
JetBlue will acquire Spirit for $3.8 billion. After a negotiation spanning multiple months, two of the United States’ most...