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  • Aldi is offering wine delivery
  • Aldi is offering wine delivery
    Daniel Lee (2012) ©

Aldi is offering wine delivery

Budget supermarkets Aldi and Lidl have been slowly stealing shoppers from other discount supermarkets, rapidly increasing their market share. Now, Aldi has gone online. Forgoing food for now, it's stocking an initial selection of 90 wines to tempt bargain-hunting shoppers online.



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