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ALDI now takes credit cards; customer convenience prompts decision to accept major charge plates

ALDI will now accept credit cards – including Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express – at all of its stores across the country.

This move is yet another way, says ALDI, that it is making grocery shopping as simple and enjoyable as possible for its more than 30 million customers each month.

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“As ALDI continues to evolve by expanding its product lines and moving into new markets, the way we do business will continue to evolve as well,” said Jason Hart, CEO, ALDI. “We care about being able to make our customers’ shopping experiences simpler and better every time they come to see us; and offering them the convenience of using their credit cards will help us do just that.”

ALDI offers fresh produce, including organics, dairy, gluten-free foods, USDA Choice beef and fresh bakery items, at discount prices.

“One thing that will never change at ALDI is our unmatched shopping experience. Our customers will continue to save money on the high-quality groceries they buy the most,” said Hart.

Beyond the convenience of accepting credit cards, the exclusive products that line the ALDI aisles are also changing to meet shoppers’ lifestyles. Base on customer feedback, ALDI moved to get rid of added MSG, certified synthetic colors and partially hydrogenated oils from ALDI exclusive food brands, which make up 90 percent of the foods ALDI offers.

Aldi moved to a new store in Florence in January. They also have a store in Newport.

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