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    Hi there,
    My name is Konrad Langhammer and I am from Burghausen in Germany.

    My girlfriend and I are in USA right now for a market research about grocery markets.
    The results are for my final essay in college.
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    I'll do it if I can say my name is Komrad Longhammer.
     
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    Hallo Konrad. Welcome to the forum. 15 minutens isn't a short survey for me, even so I wouldn't do it. Nor would I believe such a survey, people can and do say anything. People vote with their pocketbooks, that's the only conclusions I believe.
     
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    Do they go in for market surveys in the US? It happens a lot in Germany.
     
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    The survey is just for my final essay. It is about internationalisation strategies in grocery markets. Therefore I need to find out, what people think about Aldi. I picked Aldi as an example for internationalisation in grocery market.
    Sorry for the lenght, I couldn´t get it shorter :/.
    Yeah it happens a lot in germany, good things and some things to worry about. So it is like here in US ;).
     
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    In an introductory forum in a political message board, you want us to do a survey? Really.
     
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    I never heard of Aldi. But I'd love to have some real German rye bread more available. And brochens. Put that in your survey.
     
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    Nothing particularly international about Aldi in America. Or Great Britain for that matter. It's geared to the home market.

    Just the pricing structures attract.

    But is this really the right place to do market surveys?
     
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    Done Konrad, good luck on your final. The survey takes about four minutes.
     
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    We use Krogers because it is the best combination of price and quality. There is an Aldi near where my wife works, but she often has no interest in shopping after work.
     

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