Get ready for a new slew of grocery stores in the Garden State, from a company which happens to be one of the biggest supermarket chains in Europe.

Lidl, which calls Germany its hometown, is planning on opening about 100 new stores up and down the East Coast, including right here in New Jersey, according to a report by NJ.com.

In the works are stores opening in Gloucester, Burlington and Camden. We could also get a brand new Lidl on the Black Horse Pike in EHT! The new store would be on the site where Trocki Hebrew Academy used to be, according to Shore News Today.

Lidl has over 10,000 stores all over Europe, employing over 230,000 workers. The new store opening in the U.S. could mean close to 4,000 new jobs.

 


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