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Aldi Bacchamoise to close for good


While entering its 10th year in the municipality of Bacchamoise, the Aldi sign will definitely close its doors this Saturday, May 18th. With its 865 m² of sales area commissioned March 3, 2010, the store is an ideal size for many of its customers who consider it “neither too big nor too small”.

However, despite a good evolution over the past five years, the turnover is not enough and the structure is considered unprofitable. Originally, another establishment was to close, but in the end, the choice fell on Baccarat three weeks ago.

For stores belonging to the Colmar power plant (such as Moyenmoutier and Rambervillers), the brand has already made the choice to enlarge them. It will continue this policy of extension to Imling early June, Sarrebourg end of June and around August 15 for Blâmont.

The news of the closure was announced to the five employees a few days ago. All will stay in the company that has taken into account their wishes for assignment.


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