BATAVIA, ILL. - After running a successful pilot test in select Aldi stores, the grocer is rolling out curbside grocery pickup to nearly 600 Aldi stores across the United States by the end of July.
"Our Curbside Grocery Pickup pilot was quickly embraced by our customers and demand for this service has continued to increase. We're pleased to be bringing this service to customers across 35 states over the next several weeks," said Jason Hart, chief executive officer of ALDI US. "We are always looking for ways to make the ALDI shopping experience even more convenient and accessible for everyone. Whether shopping instore, or online for delivery or pickup, we'll continue to be here to safely serve our customers."
Shoppers can access the retailer’s full product selection for grocery pickup through Aldi’s website or mobile app. Customers simply fill their digital cart, select a time and pickup location and then park at a designated pickup parking spot where an employee will load groceries into the customer’s car.