Do you shop at Aldi?
Over the years, I have found myself shopping at Aldi more and more.
Here are some unique tid-bits:
1. Aldi does not accept manufacturers coupons.
2. You have to bring a quarter to get a buggy.
Good news, you will get your quarter back when you return your buggy. What a clever idea! They can operate on one less employee. They don't have to hire a "buggy runner". No buggy runner = Lower prices
3. You need to bring your own grocery bags. By Aldi not providing grocery bags, they keep their overhead down and in turn... it helps keep the prices down for the consumer.
4. They do not sell name brand items. No worries, I have been pleased.
5. They offer a 100 percent guarantee. If you are not satisfied with their products, for any reason, bring in your receipt and the packaging. They will refund your money and replace the item.
Can you tell that I am a fan of Aldi? I highly recommend Aldi. The prices blow Wal-mart out of the water.
"Okay Kristi...so, now we know you like Aldi... what do you buy?"
(a frequently asked question)
Tomorrow the kids and I will fill our buggy with:
3 gallons milk
3 dozen eggs
2 large cartons sour cream
2 lbs. butter
3 tubs lunch meat
canned biscuits/ for doughnuts
1/2 gallon orange juice
2 cans of olives
1 huge container oats
3 lb. bag onions
10 lb. bag potatoes
17 (?) lb. bag dog food
Other items that we buy:
Cream of mushroom/ chicken
Onion Soup mix
Flour/ all purpose and self rising
All spices and seasonings
Nuts for baking
All fruit: apples, naners, plums, nectarines, peaches, strawberries, pineapple, grapes, ect.
Sliced cheddar cheese
Brown gravy mix
All kinds of chips/fritos
Baking chips/ white chocolate chips, semi-sweet, milk chocolate, and butterscotch
Veggies/ cauliflower, mini carrots, cabbage, celery, onions, potatoes, sweet potatoes, bagged lettuce, broccoli, corn
Saving money on our dishes....Kristi