A lady shops at Aldi, a retail grocery store chain in Wheaton, Illinois, U.S., April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Nandita Bose
Aldi is adding delivery service.

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Many Aldi customers will soon be able to get their groceries delivered.

The German grocery chain is launching a delivery service in partnership with Instacart in Atlanta, Dallas, and Los Angeles starting August 31.

The service will allow customers to order groceries from Aldi online and receive their deliveries within an hour, the company says.

Aldi will roll out delivery across the country if the program is successful in pilot markets, Scott Patton, Aldi’s vice president of corporate buying, told Business Insider.

“We would like to roll this out very quickly,” Patton said. To encourage customer engagement, Aldi is offering shoppers $20 off…