It was announced, the Aldi store, 83, rue du Devau in Val-d’Ajol closed permanently on December 31st.

Large panels were installed at the edge of the road to inform customers of the closure. The turnover was clearly not up to the expectations of the group’s management which has its offices near Colmar. In addition, the company has three other locations within a radius of fewer than 20 kilometres in Corbenay, Luxeuil and Remiremont where the five employees of Aldi Val-d’Ajol should find a position.

This closure after 14 years of existence contributes to the desertification of rural areas.

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