The first 25 stores will open in Southern California by July 2016.
The grocer currently has 1,400 stores nationwide and more than 19,000 employees in 32 states.
With these new locations, Aldi is expected to create around 1,100 jobs across its stores, regional headquarters, and warehouse.
Consumers will likely be attracted to the stores' simple design and affordability. Aldi is even cheaper than Wal-Mart, according to Cheapism.
The company is also known for its efficiency.
It takes special care in organizing its stores so consumers can have the easiest shopping experience possible
Everybody else is out to make it is difficult as possible to find things, or puts the most popular things in the least convenient locations, in the attempt to get us to by more.
'Lidl', btw, starts in the USA now as well.