Aldi 100th Anniversary Nears : Nyhetsfoto

Aldi 100th Anniversary Nears

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BERLIN, GERMANY - APRIL 10: Workers prepare the future parking lot in front of a new Aldi Nord discount supermarket on the 100th anniversary of the chain on April 8, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Aldi, which today is among the world's most successful discount grocery store chains, will soon mark its 100th anniversary and traces its history back to Karl Albrecht, who began selling baked goods in Essen on April 10, 1913 and founded the Aldi name by shortening the phrase Albrecht Discount. His sons Karl Jr. and Theo expanded the chain dramatically, creating 300 stores by 1960 divided between northern and southern Germany, with Aldi Nord and Aldi Sued, respectively. Today the two chains have approximately 4,300 stores nationwide and have also expanded into other countries across Europe and the USA. Aldi Nord operates in the USA under the name Trader Joe�s. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
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BERLIN, GERMANY - APRIL 10: Workers prepare the future parking lot in front of a new Aldi Nord discount supermarket on the 100th anniversary of the chain on April 8, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Aldi, which today is among the world's most successful discount grocery store chains, will soon mark its 100th anniversary and traces its history back to Karl Albrecht, who began selling baked goods in Essen on April 10, 1913 and founded the Aldi name by shortening the phrase Albrecht Discount. His sons Karl Jr. and Theo expanded the chain dramatically, creating 300 stores by 1960 divided between northern and southern Germany, with Aldi Nord and Aldi Sued, respectively. Today the two chains have approximately 4,300 stores nationwide and have also expanded into other countries across Europe and the USA. Aldi Nord operates in the USA under the name Trader Joe�s. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
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Workers prepare the future parking lot in front of a new Aldi Nord... Nyhetsfoto 166204987Berlin,Bestof,Detaljhandel,Finansväsen,Förberedelse,Företagande,Handelsvara,Horisontell,Kedja,Ny,Parkera,Rea,Stormarknad,Sysselsättning,Tema,Tyskland,ÅrsdagPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Getty ImagesBERLIN, GERMANY - APRIL 10: Workers prepare the future parking lot in front of a new Aldi Nord discount supermarket on the 100th anniversary of the chain on April 8, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Aldi, which today is among the world's most successful discount grocery store chains, will soon mark its 100th anniversary and traces its history back to Karl Albrecht, who began selling baked goods in Essen on April 10, 1913 and founded the Aldi name by shortening the phrase Albrecht Discount. His sons Karl Jr. and Theo expanded the chain dramatically, creating 300 stores by 1960 divided between northern and southern Germany, with Aldi Nord and Aldi Sued, respectively. Today the two chains have approximately 4,300 stores nationwide and have also expanded into other countries across Europe and the USA. Aldi Nord operates in the USA under the name Trader Joe�s. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)