Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Not in the U.S. yet, but maybe soon

All across Great Britain, before Aldi grocery stores close their doors for Christmas, the supermarket chain will give back to the community. The stores will give away all their unsold fresh food to the less fortunate on Christmas Eve.

The stores will be closed from Christmas Eve until December 27 and will have a good quantity of surplus food products to distribute to the less fortunate. Otherwise, the food would go to waste. The chain expects 20 to 30 crates of unsold food to be left in each store, and people can take as much as they like. The food giveaway is only in the United Kingdom, but may eventually spread to the United States.

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