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Posted on: Mar 31, 2020


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Tips for Shopping at Aldi – 7 Things You Need to Know Before You Shop — 5 Comments

  1. THE LAST TIME I SHOPPED AT ALDIS I PURCHASED CLEMENTINES AND MUSHROOMS THAT WENT BAD WITHIN 3 DAYS OF PURCHASE. I NOTICED THAT A LOT OF THE PRODUCE INS’T REFRIGERATED LIKE IT IS IN OTHER STORES. I WISH I HAD KNOWN ABOUT THE DOUBLE MONEY BACK GUARANTEE THEN. HAS ANYONE ELSE HAD ISSUES WITH THEIR PRODUCE? I HAVE ONLY SHOPPED THERE A HANDFUL OF TIMES SINCE WALMART DISCONTINUED THEIR AD MATCH POLICY.

    • Hi Christina,
      I shop their weekly for my produce and have personally have never had any issues. You do have to check your produce before purchasing. I always suggest going in the morning instead of the afternoon as all the good produce has been picked over.

  2. You’re absolutely right about their produce. Me and my Shih Tzu are vegetarians and great produce is very important. The peppers, grapes, lettuce, broccoli, potatoes, cauliflower, avacados, etc. are all great. One faux pas – their garlic bulbs are too small for me – I’m Italian!
    Their cream cheese, butter, and other cheeses have untouchable prices by the Big Guys. I found a great price on Bone Broth that I use for soup when I don’t make my own, and herbs, spices, baking supplies.
    I still have other “avenues” to explore, but my trips to Aldi’s have gone from $15.00/week to about $70.00! A big savings over the big guys….use them half as much as I used to!
    Great pricing, product, and a very helpful, great staff!

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