By Kelly Tyko
A powerful mix of high inflation, cheap wine and an “aisle of shame” have made Aldi the fastest-growing grocery store chain in the country.
Why it matters: More Americans are turning to the no-frills discount grocer known for its lower prices and quirky ways it saves money.
- Rising grocery bills and food costs have been a big driver of inflation over the last few years.
State of play: Aldi stores are smaller than your neighborhood Kroger or Publix with less selection — more than 90% of Aldi products are private label.