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New Store Coming To Wichita Falls?

The City of Wichita Falls confirms a new grocery store has submitted plans to set up shop in Texoma.
Aldi is a unique store. 95 percent of its products are generic or store brand.
You pay for shopping bags and pay a deposit for the use of a shopping cart.
The store does not permit the use of credit cards.
The Aldi store may possibly set up shop in the old Circuit City building.

 

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