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  • myfamilynme
    July 4, 2016

    The produce at our Aldi tends to go bad quickly. I bought moldy
    strawberries once, but never returned them because at that time the Aldi
    was too far away. Thankfully we have one close now. But I later found out
    that Aldi has a double your money back guarantee, in that they will replace
    an item and also refund your money if you have a problem with it. I do
    occasionally buy produce there but I make sure it’s something I’m going to
    use quickly. As for all their other items, we love them and their products
    really are comparable to national brands. We love to buy our coffee there.
    It’s tasty and a really great deal. I also love the fit and active vanilla
    yogurt. It’s great with one of the graham crackers on the side. Reminds me
    of cream cheese pie. Their eggs come from local farmers and they are always
    at a great price. We love practically everything from there. I’m happy you
    have a store near you. Great savings for the month for you!

  • Jamie T
    July 6, 2016

    i like to get their gogurts for the little ones, pretty big fan of their
    sliced mozz, prov,colby,cheddar slices, (the slices arent too thick like
    some name brands) new thing i found was premade guac, i add homemade pico
    to it and its really good… their chocolate is the greatest… i get small
    bars of dark chocolate… i really love aldi….

  • ac346673
    July 6, 2016

    aldi french style sparkling lemonade in glass bottles.

  • Ladee Ember
    July 15, 2016

    Hope they come in and take over the lost Vons shops.

  • Evi1M4chine
    August 7, 2016

    Why does Aldi feel the need to pay “vloggers” to make this video. Aldi is
    pretty great, and this taints that feeling… If this is the new direction
    after their founder is dead, then I feel sad…

  • Evi1M4chine
    August 7, 2016

    $4 of 6 rolls of TP?? In Germany, Aldi Süd sells 10 rolls of TP for 2.50€!
    (Or 8 rolls recycling TP for 1.80€!)

  • castephens03
    August 8, 2016

    Our Aldi’s in the Midwest will mark items down to 10 cents that are close
    to expiration date.

  • Poot Daggy
    August 11, 2016

    Nice video. I never even heard of these people before. I passed one of
    their stores about two weeks ago and wondered what new business had moved
    in to town. I’m definitely going to have to check this out. The shopping
    cart thing looks like a great idea. Good job.

  • lovethemflowers
    August 16, 2016

    Great video! I preferred the Boulder napkins in the GREEN package, as they
    are comparable to Bounty. The ones in the red package you have were too
    rough for me. The green package is not available as frequently as the red
    package, so I will buy the napkins elsewhere. I ALSO like the Boulder paper
    towels that are comparable to Bounty.

    The Aldi I’m going to right now is about six miles away. However, there is
    one being built less than a mile from me!! Yay! It’s going to be laid out
    the same way my current Aldi is, so there’s no having to learn where things
    are in the new, closer store. It MAY be that all Aldis are laid out the
    same way — smart idea!

    I also like the idea of the quarter for the cart. I’ve seen maybe one cart
    left in the parking lot of an Aldi. Maybe that person was just trying to
    “pay it forward ” to someone anonymously, or maybe they just forgot. Rarely
    does that happen. Nice not find a cart left in a parking space like people
    do at other stores.

    This is the second Aldi Haul where I’ve seen the groceries spread out over
    the table. The other lady had seven kids and bought TEN gallons of milk and
    maybe TWENTY dozen eggs. I was stunned, BUT I guess a month of shopping for
    seven kids and two adults that works. Our Aldi limits customers to four
    dozen when they on sale.

  • Kathryn Ossoff
    August 23, 2016

    Eggs are 69 cents at our ALDI in NC.

  • MaggieQ06
    August 25, 2016

    We love Aldi! I love seeing new people who love it too! There are some
    things that don’t taste as good but they are few and far between in the
    opinion of my household! The shells and cheese is better than any I’ve ever
    had as well as the frozen corn. Seriously, we’ve tried other frozen corn
    and always end up going back to Aldi because it’s that good! Glad you love
    it!

  • Sunkissed Maegan
    August 29, 2016

    I’m making my first Aldi run tomorrow. Everyone I work with always talk
    about all the great deals

  • Annie LeMaster
    August 31, 2016

    Have you gone back to ALDI?

  • Ina Pitkis
    September 1, 2016

    do they have low sodium foods

  • LittleMrsSunshine
    September 3, 2016

    i don’t buy aldi milk, butter and eggs anymore since aldi is doing that
    price dumping in costs of our local farmers here in germany. i mean 1 liter
    milk (aground 1,8 oz if i’m right) for 0,42 € ?? that’s nuts!!

  • Married 2wice
    September 4, 2016

    I love aldi! one is being built WALKING DISTANCE FROM ME!
    …You’re so fun to watch. very bubbly ;)

  • K Lab
    September 22, 2016

    So much junk food and processed crap! Although the fresh produce and meats
    look decent.

  • Federflug WaCa
    September 24, 2016

    Aldi come from Germany ? Since 1913…there are two Brothers…they dont
    like the other one (sorry for my Bad english) so here in Germany are now
    Aldi South and Aldi North…one Brother has one Aldi…You have Aldi South
    there…here in Germany is every Food market like Aldi but most times a
    Little bit better.

  • Sadie Gambino
    October 2, 2016

    In newyork I love my ALDI

  • Sadie Gambino
    October 5, 2016

    Have you tried ALDI coffee and which one you like

  • Sara Mitchell
    October 9, 2016

    that is a ton of food for $100!!!!

  • ceren6866
    October 15, 2016

    Haha I live in Germany and Aldi is a normal store here like Target in the
    USA think thats so funny?

  • Amira midnight
    October 28, 2016

    Thank you learning so much

  • Blanca W
    November 14, 2016

    I love shopping there too. I’m in New York and our store looks the same as
    the one you were shopping at. I love the prices of the cheese, the eggs and
    milk, the cereal, crackers, peanut putter, spices, frozen ground beef and
    bread. Canned soups and pastas are good too. Really I have not tried
    anything that I didn’t like. I actually prefer the Aldi brand cereal to
    many of the brand name. Cereal is such an overpriced rip off at the regular
    grocery store. It’s refreshing to see it priced for less than $2 at The
    first time I went I remember I didn’t know you were supposed to step to the
    counter and bag your stuff yourself up there. Once you get the routine down
    it really works well and the line moves very fast.

  • digger66a
    November 18, 2016

    Hello
    Iwanted to tell you something about the “aldi brands” because they do not
    exist:
    Every so called Aldi Brand is nothing but renaming a very well known in
    lots of cases Market leading Brand.
    There are even Books out there in wich you can check wich Aldi Brand is
    produced by wich Real Brand`s Company
    So dont be surprised by the good quallity of Aldi Brands since they are
    most of the Time just relabed or exclusivly produced Products by market
    leading Brands
    Most of the Time the fine print already tells you who realy made it

  • Sheila Mustain
    December 4, 2016

    Did you know that Aldi and Trader Joes are owned by cousins from the same
    German Family? I have found so many crossover products at Aldi that I am
    certain are just packaged under their label but are the same product as
    Trader Joes. I love both of those stores! Unfortunately my city does not
    have TJ’s …..but we have had Aldi since the 80’s at least…maybe the
    70’s. We used to call it the poor people grocery store (shopped there a lot
    in college 😉 ) I absolutely love it still!