OnSite Retail Group’s Andrew Feinblatt has been hustling in the Miami Valley putting together deals for ALDI as the popular grocery chain is moving forward with plans to open several new locations across the Dayton region this year.  Zachary Jarrell, Staff Reporter at Dayton Business Journal, posted a story last week about the chain’s latest moves and how it’s adding jobs and more low-cost options to the area.  Jarrell wrote, “Germany-based ALDI, a discount supermarket chain with over 10,000 stores in 20 countries, plans to open four new locations in the Dayton region – Urbana, Liberty Township, Troy and Vandalia – by the end of the year, according to Sarah Brown, divisional vice president for the company.”

“We are excited to bring more ALDI locations to the Dayton-area and continue to provide shoppers with the premium, fresh foods they want at prices they love,” Brown told the Dayton Business Journal.

 As recently reported in Dayton Business Journal, a new store in underway in Troy, and additional stores are coming to Urbana, Liberty Township and Vandalia.  Jarrell closed his story by saying, “ALDI, which did over $121 billion in revenue in 2021, has just over 2,300 stores across the U.S. In addition to the upcoming Dayton-region locations, ALDI has stores in Englewood, Huber Heights, Kettering, Beavercreek, West Carrollton, Centerville, Xenia, Middletown, Springfield, Lebanon, Piqua, Greenville, West Chester, Wilmington, Hamilton, Springfield and Miami Township.”  Read the full story here: Dayton Business Journal: See where and when ALDI plans to open Dayton-area locations