I made a quick run to Aldi's yesterday to grab some milk (in our area it's still just $1.99 per gallon, which is just crazy exciting for this momma who's kids go through tons of milk each week!) While I was there, I price checked their produce prices and wanted to pass them on to you as well.
While I love shopping Aldi's for fresh produce, milk & eggs (because their prices are considerably lower than the regular grocery stores in our area), I do think you could overspend at Aldi's if you're not careful. As they do not accept coupons at all, it's important to watch for over-pricing when comparing a similar item to another store where you could probably get a better sale when you pair that sale with a coupon. Before you shop Aldi's (or anywhere), be sure you know your best prices BEFORE shopping so that you don't overspend.
However, it's completely worth a quick run to Aldi's for me each week to pick up milk, eggs, and produce, and I've even been very impressed with their basic baking supply prices. (The Aldi's in our area carries many spices for just $1.00, as well as inexpensive vanilla, flour, and sugar.)
Okay . . . enough rambling, 😉 here are the prices. . .
Milk – $1.99 per gallon
Eggs – $.69 per dozen
Bananas – $.44/lb.
Strawberries $1.99/16 oz.
Blueberries $1.99/16 oz.
Baby Carrots $.99/16 oz.
Broccoli Bunch $.99
Pineapple $.99 (WOW!)
Tangerines $1.99 (I forgot to check the weight on these … oops!)
Note that these were the prices at my Aldi's in North Alabama, you'll want to verify your stores prices over HERE before shopping.
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