This Low-Cost Grocery Chain Is Promising To Keep Prices Low Right Now

As inflation reaches a 40-year high, soaring costs of necessities have worried many Americans. Gas and electricity prices are rising, so the

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8.6% food price increase may be only the beginning. Due to inflation, ALDI, recognized for its affordability and compact store management, promises

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"Saving you money is what we do best," CEO Jason Hart stated. "And in times like these, I'm incredibly proud to underscore this commitment to

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you: No matter what happens in the world around us, ALDI will always be the low-price leader in every community we serve."

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ALDI's promise to control pricing matches its image of efficient shopping. The grocery business eliminates marketing frills and selection

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to cut costs and lower prices. Its tiny stores with few "fast-moving" nonbrand core products minimize energy and restocking costs.

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The concept was effective, and Batavia, Illinois-based ALDI will open 150 new stores this year. The grocer now operates in 38 states, including Louisiana

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ALDI says their prices aren't changing, although the Consumer Price Index shows that home-cooked food costs 10% more than last year. 

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Supply chain concerns, poor harvests, and labor expenses are blamed. Butter (14%), wheat and baking ingredients (14.2%), and meats (13.8%)

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