Aldi Grocery Store Has Tentative Opening Date

Store spokeswoman said the store will open in Catonsville by the end of the year.

Catonsville shoppers eager to have another place to buy groceries will have to wait a little longer, as the Aldi store will likely open at the end of the year.

The discount grocery store that has other locations in Baltimore County has planned to build a store in the Pike Park Plaza South Shopping Center for more than a year.

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A store spokeswoman said this week that the store would open at 6503 Baltimore National Pike tentatively at the end of the year.

The shopping center is currently undergoing changes. Construction was underway this week to repave the parking lot and the is .

Construction equipment was also seen at the shopping center by the .

A.R. August 15, 2012 at 02:51 AM
Agree with Marty. Graul's would be awesome. Used to go all the time when I worked in Annapolis.
A.R. August 15, 2012 at 02:52 AM
A.R. August 15, 2012 at 02:53 AM
LOL I do that with Whole Foods.
A.R. August 15, 2012 at 02:59 AM
The European candy is awesome.
Catonsville Cooperative Market August 15, 2012 at 12:02 PM
From all the recent comments concerning Aldi and Lotte, it seems there is plenty of support for a market offering sustainable and affordable, local and organic products, right here in the heart of Catonsville.That's what the grassroots effort of Catonsville Cooperative Market is all about.Co-ops look like any other business, they provide products just as conventional businesses do.What makes co-op membership different from other club-like stores, like Costco, for example, is that the members of the co-op are also the owners.As an owner, in addition to getting the products you need and access to great deals, you also get to participate in the co-op by voting in board of directors’ elections and sharing your input.Rather than rewarding outside investors with its profits, a co-op returns surplus revenue to its owners in proportion to how much they use the co-op, in the form of patronage dividends.This democratic approach to business results in a powerful economic force that benefits the co-op, its owners, and the community it serves. Cooperation is defined as working together toward the same end and joining forces to accomplish a task that one can’t achieve alone. Co-ops give you the opportunity to get the products you need on a daily basis while strengthening the community around you. In our case, we plan to purchase as many products from local farmers and other local businesses as possible. Please check us out and get involved. wwww.catonsvillecooperativemarket.com


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