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Dana Mears July 22, 2012 at 1:31 pm

I LOVE Aldi! I’m originally from MS and I moved to OH almost twenty years ago. I’d never heard of an Aldi before. I wasn’t quite sure what to think on my first visit (needing a quarter for a buggy and bagging my own groceries) but, I soon fell in love with prices. I love how the store has grown to include more healthier options to their inventory. It’s refreshing to see that you like Aldi also. I tell my friends about it but few will venture in because they’re a little snobbish I’m sad to say. I on the other hand, have no shame to being frugal. I just wanted to share my short love story about Aldi, lol. Thanks! :)


Katie July 23, 2012 at 12:35 pm

Hi Dana! I’m happy to meet another Aldi lover! We have quite a bit of Aldi stores in Ohio! I thought it was so cool when I went to Germany and saw Aldi stores all over there!!

I agree, that the prices are well worth the bringing your own bags and using a quarter for the cart…and it’s also great not to have carts floating all over the parking lot :)

I get the same thing when I tell people to shop there…turning their nose up. BUT, I guess it’s their loss, right? I will happily go there to save money! Thanks for sharing your Aldi love :)


Carrie August 19, 2013 at 11:02 am

And isn’t the turning up nose thing so silly? You have to be careful what you buy at ANY grocery store, even Whole Foods. They sell plenty of granola bars with more sugar than candy. Other stuff that’s full of fake ingredients you can’t pronounce. I mostly buy veggies, fruit, beans, grains and diary products at ALDI. And they’re stocking more and more organic and natural grocery items by the week. Not to mention wild caught salmon, real maple syrup, etc.
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