The German chain is building seven stores and has dozens of more sites approved or proposed in the Eastern US Photo: Lidl

The German chain is building seven stores and has dozens of more sites approved or proposed in the Eastern U.S.

Disruptors 2016: Lidl

Don’t look now but the Atlantic Seaboard become a kind of Ground Zero for the  future of the supermarket industry. It’s been the scene of two significant mergers: Kroger’s acquisition of Harris Teeter and Ahold’s takeover of Delhaize; as well as two noteworthy regional expansions: Publix Super Markets’ march into North Carolina and Virginia from its base in Florida, and Wegmans Food Markets’ steady push South from its Northeast base.

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