I feel comfortable with US or Canadian meat. By 2018, there will be 2000 Aldi stores, and many more discount stores -. When it does appear on shelves, I buy this stuff in bulk - 10-15 packages at a time. That said, I'm definitely an Aldi's aficionado. I have bought many snacks there that do not contain hydrogenated oils where elsewhere they would. I've been shopping regularly at a local Aldi's for several years, and I've noticed they've recently started cheapening the quality of a number of their food items. Milk eggs butter & yogurt all fine and cheaper then other stores. It might help to note, if you do get something of inferior quality, Aldi will replace the item AND refund your money. (See also: Fridge or Counter? Frozen boneless chicken breasts (for dog) inside a bag loaded with ice from injected liquids; bone-in thighs for soup that were really, really old meat (I could tell when removing cooked meat from bones); and a spiral ham that was spiraled only on one half and the slices were super large or super tiny. Freakin love Aldis! To make matters worse, the flavor was definitely artificial. While I absolutely adore the Moser Roth chocolate in the first aisle of the store, the chocolate chips in the baking section leave much to be desired with taste. They were constantly swarming my bananas and fruit basket. We like food without additives..and to me I was disappointed nearly every time I turned the package over to look at the label. toilet paper and bananas had to throw in trash. Usually 2 weeks from the original release day..because they are to constantly updating their items, they need the room on the shelf...we have got camping tents from $35 to $15! Toy organizers from $45 to $15!!!! And now, the next German Week is upon us!. I have a PhD in agricultural science. The only thing I was cooking was the chicken. What on earth is wrong with the canned veggies?! We try to buy "product of USA" which include the lasagna, most cheeses, beef stock soup -(delicious) and many paper products. Bread, they say, is the staff of life, and you can't get a sturdier staff than that provided by these hearty German breads.Aldi's Deutsche Küche brand features three different types: two are typically German (pumpernickel and rye), while the third is a very healthy-sounding sunflower seed bread. I shop wherever the bargains are the best. I agree! It's only in the last few years Americans must bring their own shopping bags:). I'm bummed because I have had fruit flies in my house all summer. There is this Deutsche Kuche bread I love. Just made a pork roast yesterday and it was very good. With 4 kids, a little bag of anything just doesn't cut it! Could never do that at Walmart! I also agree with the other person who commented that store brand items are the same as famous brand. I just got back from an Aldi trip today and spent $100 which will give my family of 3 enough groceries for about a week. Great prices on nuts and taste great too! It pan fries nicely in butter and becomes sweet if you do it properly, but can also toast quite well on its own. I have no complaints with the produce. I realized today I bought sweet potatoes from there so perhaps, they are in that bag. SO here is another reason why I need to make the switch! Aldis is great. I've tried Aldi's cheddar bar and liked them. Not enough raisins and the bran flakes taste like cardboard. To the person who commented on Aldi being new to the US. Wow The main reason I go to Aldi is for their awesome and so much less expensive produce. Don't blame Aldi for you not doing your research. When he was in the labeling area, he watched the line stop, the workers remove his brand's stickers from the machine, put in a store label, and start the line up again. We have shopped there since they opened a couple of months ago and have always had the same results. I microwave them to speed up the thaw. The problem with Walmart meat is they add red dye to it. Along the way, I've picked up a few best practices. !That' all needed to be said the truth has been spoken . My birthdays coming up so my parents have spent a lot of their money on presents so they shopped at aldi for the cheapness ( they normally shop at asda ). I wish there was just one store that people could go to and get nice, good food at a reasonable and fair price instead of having to go to three or four different stores. There are also a lot of pesticides, food coloring and other chemicals in American food that are not allowed in Europe. And I bought them at Ralph's. Your first two points are EXACTLY THE SAME at regular grocery stores. :(. If you have shopped at Aldi's you must be in Europe. And Walmart is a highly agitating shopping experience in general. I'll stick to my Idaho potatoes and look for sales at other stores. I'm being conservative with my estimate because I have lived in Florida for 13 and shopped at the store in Mt. Aldi cheeses are my favorite, are as good as, or better than at the big chains, and are priced lower of course.
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