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Legislator Nick Caracappa Welcomes Lidl Grocery Store to the Community at Their Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Suffolk County Legislator Nick Caracappa joined other community leaders in welcoming Lidl Grocery Store to the Selden community at their Grand Opening-Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.

Lidl’s history dates back to 1973, when the first modern Lidl store opened in Ludwigshafen, Germany. With only three employees and about 500 products, this small store became the foundation of Lidl’s far-reaching expansion. During the 1990s, they began opening stores outside of Germany and within a few years, had stores all across Europe.

They now operate approximately 11,200 stores, are active in 32 countries, and employ more than 310,000 people globally. In June 2015, they established their U.S. headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, and now sell their award-winning products in more than 100 stores in nine states across the East Coast.

“I welcome Lidl to Selden, as their commitment to Long Island has been steadfast. I look forward to them servicing our community as well. What makes Lidl a welcome addition to Selden is its commitment to environmental responsibility, and its effort to support groups in addressing hunger,” stated Legislator Caracappa. “I look forward to shopping at Lidl and to working with the company on issues of community concern.”

Lidl is located at 211 Middle Country Road in Selden.

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