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Dec 30th, 2003 04:09 PM
decemberlove aldi's fresh products arent that bad. i dont see the different between them and shoprite.
Dec 30th, 2003 03:02 PM
CC First I've heard of it. I hate shopping, especially for grocery. Imagine if I had to do it all myself.
Dec 30th, 2003 01:25 PM
Pureracket When I was a struggling graduate student in Ohio, I LIVED @ Aldi's because of it's cheap prices. The brands didn't taste that bad. The uppity bastard in me only let me purchase my produce from an upscale store, though, so I don't know about Aldi's fresh products.
Dec 30th, 2003 12:10 PM
E. Blackadder ALDI is very popular in belgium, and cheeper than brand products. It good quality in general, just don't try their coke, it's sucks big time.
Dec 30th, 2003 07:02 AM
Brian Stewart Aldi's is great for those on a limited budget. And the quality of the stuff is surprisingly good. In a regular supermarket, the quality runs in decending order:
Name Brands
Store Brands
Generics

Aldi's stuff is between the Name Brands and Store Brands in quality.
Dec 30th, 2003 05:00 AM
wuneyej ALDI's okay for buying bulk, like Athenaeum said, but there's so little variety for the weekly shopper, I don't think it's worth the pocket of change you might save. That's been my experience, anyway.
Dec 30th, 2003 03:30 AM
AjdeNate! It's cheap, generic, or off brand stuff. Sack your own groceries, etc. You can get a box off the shelf (remove the other stuff in it) and fill it up with your groceries. You can get a lot of food for a little money. I go there when I'm gonna be baking in bulk. Like for flour, sugar, etc. It's hella cheap!
Dec 30th, 2003 03:24 AM
Knizzle Yep, Aldi's is a discount grocery store. We have 2 or 3 of them where I live.
Dec 30th, 2003 01:59 AM
Rocketta its suppose to be cheaper, I think.
Dec 30th, 2003 01:58 AM
Rocketta I've never seen one make it....

Its like a warehouse kind of place and you have to manuever boxes and stuff. You also need to take your own bags if I remember correctly..
Dec 30th, 2003 01:56 AM
selesfan1
Can someone tell me about ALDI Grcoery stores in the U.S?

Well, I know they offer limited varitey, What exactly does that mean? Also is the store cheap or what U.S. chain would you compare it to? I want to know cos there is one opening her not too far off in the future.

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