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June 14, 2017

Discounters remake grocery shopping

  • The chains Aldi and Lidl have smaller, no-frills stores filled mostly with house brands that tend to cost less.
    AP Food Industry Writer

    NEW YORK — At a Target in upper Manhattan, shoppers can pick from 19 types of ketchup, including well-known names like Heinz and Hunt's. At the Aldi next door, the three options range from 99 cents to $1.79. All are the chain's own brands, which doesn't seem to bother shoppers attracted by the low prices.

    “If you look at the ingredients, it's the same thing. A lot of people don't realize that,&#

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