Discount supermarket chain ALDI plans to reopen 20 of the 46 Bottom Dollar stores in the Philadelphia-area it shut down after acquiring the chain earlier this year.
The stores will be branded as ALDI locations. Five of the locations are in some of Philadelphia's poorest neighborhoods where access to low-cost, quality food is hard to come by.
Bottom Dollar, which was operated by Delhaize America, closed the grocery stores in mid-January as the sale progressed.
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The remaining shuttered locations will be sold or leased to other retailers, the company said.
A timeline was not given for when the locations would open their doors to customers. The stores that will be reopened are:
- Allentown — 1856 Catasauqua Road
- Coatesville — 154 Airport Road
- Lansdowne — 48 W Baltimore Avenue
- Levittown — 2990 Edgely Road
- Philadelphia — 6119 N Broad Street
- Philadelphia — 3975 Castor Avenue
- Philadelphia — 3101 West Girard Avenue
- Philadelphia — 9303 Krewstown Road
- Philadelphia — 7900 Roosevelt Boulevard
- Souderton — 703 Route 113
- Willow Grove — 1955 Davisville Road
- Bellmawr — 156 W. Browning Road
- Bordentown — 262-C Route 130
- Cherry Hill — 2110 Route 38
- East Windsor — 440 US Hwy 130
- Edgewater Park — 4225 South Route 130
- Glassboro — 812 North Delsea Drive
- Lumberton — 1636 Route 38
- Trenton — 2735 S. Broad Street
- Woodbury — 203 S. Broad Street