A grocery chain that’s a cross between Kroger and Trader Joe’s is descending on the US — see if it’s coming to your hometown

Lidl is coming to the US.

The German supermarket chain Lidl is about to descend on the US.

The chain, which is like a cross between Kroger and Trader Joe’s, is planning start opening stores along the East Coast by 2018.

Lidl hasn’t revealed how many stores it will open.

However, according to Planned Grocery – a new app launching Tuesday that tracks grocery store development – there are at least 80 Lidl locations under consideration or development spanning from New Jersey to Georgia.

The app, developed by South Carolina startup Beitz and Daigh Geographics, pulls information from local news reports on a weekly basis regarding commercial real estate leasing and site developments by various grocery chains.

According to Planned Grocery, this is where the first Lidl stores will likely open:

Planned Grocery/Beitz and Daigh Geographics

Lidl has purchased some of the sites on the map, while others still need final approval by local government, according to David Beitz, co-founder of Beitz and Daigh Geographics.

Lidl did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

North Carolina and Virginia will get the most Lidl stores, according to the Planned Grocery data. The map lists 25 potential sites in North Carolina and 21 in Virginia.

Street addresses and news sources for the sites are available on the app. Here’s a list of all the locations that Lidl is considering, according to the data:

Delaware – 2 stores

    Dover Middletown

Georgia – 5 stores

    AugustaNewnanPoolerSandy SpringsWoodstock

Maryland – 4 stores

    Aberdeen Bowie Eldersburg Annapolis

North Carolina – 25 stores

    Burlington (2 stores) Cary Charlotte (2 stores) Eden Gastonia Greensboro Greenville Henderson Indian Trail Lexington Mooresville Raleigh Rockingham Rocky Mount Sanford Shelby Thomasville Wake Forest (2 stores) Wilmington Wilson (2 stores) Winston-Salem

New Jersey – 2 stores

    Burlington Township Vineland

Pennsylvania – 11 stores

    Dover Township Erie Pottstown Royersford Spring Garden Township Springettsbury Township Stroudsburg Uniontown/South Union Whitehall Township Wilkins Wilson

South Carolina – 13 stores

    Bluffton Columbia Fort Mill Greenville (2 stores) Greenwood Lexington North Augusta Orangeburg Rock Hill (2 stores) Spartanburg (2 stores)

Virginia – 21 stores

    Arlington Chester Christianburg Fredericksburg (3 stores) Hampton Lake Ridge Newport News (2 stores) Norfolk Richmond (8 stores) Suffolk Virginia Beach