Kohl’s announced last week that it will bring Aldi into as many as 10 stores later this year in an attempt to increase customer traffic and store productivity. The specific stores were not released.

Earlier this year Kohl’s CEO Kevin Mansell said the company had “a whole list of partners” ready to fill the space leftover from Kohl’s recent efforts to rightsize its footprint. In addition to grocery stores, Mansell mentioned convenience stores and fitness centers as candidates.

Aldi, which continues to expand at a rapid pace, currently has 1,600 stores across 35 states. It plans to expand to 2,500 stores by 2022, which would make it the third largest grocer in the U.S. behind Walmart and Kroger.