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Aldi Discount Grocery Store Headed for Loganville

The store is permitted to go in on the Gwinnett County side of the city.

(Credit Patch) Aldi Supermarket headed for Loganville, Ga.
(Credit Patch) Aldi Supermarket headed for Loganville, Ga.

City Manager Bill Jones confirmed that permits have been issued for an Aldi Supermarket to open in Loganville. He said the preferred location at this time is west of Discount Tire on the Gwinnett County side of the city. He has not said when the store is likely to open.

According to the Aldi website, the German grocery store carries an assortment of about 1,400 frequrently purchased grocery items that it sells under its own brands. These items are reported to be significantly discounted against other comparable items.

According to Aldi’s website, the company backs its private label products with an exclusive double guarantee – if a customer is not satisfied, Aldi will refund the money as well as replace the item. The store offers other national brands as well as its own brand products. As well as carrying lower-priced, private-label brands, the company claims to keep prices low in other ways. These include not accepting credit cards and operating a cart-deposit system that requires shoppers to insert a quarter in order to obtain a shopping cart.

Connie Rodgers August 05, 2013 at 09:29 AM
So happy to hear Aldi is coming to Loganville!!
Susan Burns August 05, 2013 at 09:45 AM
It's a shame it won't be located in Walton county (not enough tax incentives?) but why not at least Remodel/renovate an existing building (old Ingles store) instead of building another one?
Melony Lipsey August 05, 2013 at 10:28 AM
I can't wait for the store to open.
Susan August 05, 2013 at 11:38 AM
I hope they plan for a traffic light for Harrison Road/Hwy78 if they locate it near the tire store. I have neighbors hit every year coming out of Bradford Park and Bradford Place.
tonybaloney August 14, 2013 at 12:31 PM
Glad we will have an Aldi closer to us, but I agree with Susan, not happy about it being on the Gwinnett County side of Walton County

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