Aldi offers updates on Pasco stores

The Aldi store in Odessa is expected to open this spring, and the Wesley Chapel store is expected to open by this summer.

That’s according to the latest information provided by Matt Thon, the vice president for the Haines City Aldi division.

The Lutz-Wesley Chapel area, Odessa and Zephyrhills are the chosen locations for three new Aldi stores. These branches will offer shoppers more grocery stores to choose from. (File)

An opening date for the Aldi in Zephyrhills has not been determined.

The Zephyrhills branch has not been built yet, says Todd Vande Burg, planning director for the City of Zephyrhills.

Work is underway to analyze the best relocation spot for traffic lights at the intersection of U.S. 301 and Pretty Pond Road, Vande Burg said.

The Aldi stores in Odessa, at 12134 State Road 54, and in the Lutz-Wesley Chapel area, at 2215 Sun Vista Drive, combined, are planning to hire 20 to 25 employees.

The Aldi website has information about available positions, explains the anticipated number of working hours, and details starting pay rates.

Openings include store associates, cashiers and stockers.

The website details duties for the various positions and qualifications needed for the job.

There also is information about benefits offered by Aldi and tutorial videos that give applicants an idea of what to expect.

The three new Pasco County Aldi stores will join the over 1,900 grocers nationwide.

To learn more about job opportunities, visit Aldi.us.

Published February 19, 2020

Comments

  1. Janice Tolbert says

    When are you opening the Pasco County store Insta Hudson on SR 52 & Little Rd?

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