Aldi has reopened its store at 4259 Transit Road in Clarence, revealing its latest store remodel.
The store reopened Wednesday with the company's latest decor and layout concept after being closed for renovations.
Improvements include high ceilings and natural lighting as well as expanded produce, dairy and bakery sections. The remodel incorporated environmentally friendly components, including recycled building materials, energy-saving refrigeration and LED lighting.
It's the eighth Western New York Aldi to get a makeover, after stores in Amherst, Blasdell, Cheektowaga, Dunkirk, West Seneca, Town of Tonawanda and Jamestown. The no-frills grocer said it will invest $1.6 billion in 1,300 stores across the country by 2020.