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Aldi Produce Picks thru 7/4/15

by Cristi on June 28, 2015. This post may contain affiliate links.Affiliate Link

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KSSALDI1Here are the Aldi Produce Picks for the week…

  • Aldi does NOT accept coupons Manufacturer Coupons!
  • Just an FYI, make sure you have a quarter with you when you head to Aldi! The grocery carts require a quarter to release them, but you will get it back!!!
  • Also, don’t forget you need your own bags!



Sweet Corn (20oz) = $.99

Cantaloupe = $.99 each

Little Salad Bar Garden Salad = $.99

Blueberries = $.99/pint

Strawberries (1lb) = $1.19

Washington Red Cherries (1lb) = $1.69

Little Salad Bar Spinach = $1.79

Little Salad Bar Italian or Caesar Salad Kit = $1.99

Little Salad Bar Sweet Butter Lettuce or Spring Mix = $1.99

SimplyNature Organic Baby Arugula = $2.49

Seedless Watermelon = $2.49

SimplyNature Organic Baby Kale = $2.49

SimplyNature Organic Spring Mix = $2.49

Fresh Express Organic Baby Spinach or Spring Mix = $4.29

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Southern California…ALDI’s is Coming to a Neighborhood Near YOU in 2016!!

by Cristi on June 23, 2015. This post may contain affiliate links.Affiliate Link

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aldiHOT OFF THE PRESSES…ALDI to Open Approximately 45 Stores and Create More Than 1,100 Quality Jobs by End of 2016

BATAVIA, Ill., June 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — ALDI, the nation’s low-price grocery leader*, today announced it will launch its first stores in Southern California in March 2016, expecting to open approximately 25 stores before July 2016. Additionally, by the end of 2016, ALDI will employ more than 1,100 people to work in its Southern California stores, as well as at the company’s regional headquarters and warehouse in Moreno Valley, Calif.

  • Coast-to-Coast Expansion- The ALDI expansion to California is an integral part of a five-year strategic plan to open 650 new stores across the nation. By the end of 2018, ALDI expects to operate nearly 2,000 stores, enabling ALDI to offer its fresh, high quality groceries at everyday low prices to more than 45 million customers each month. To support its expansion plan, ALDI will invest more than $3 billion to pay for land, facilities and equipment.
  • Small Differences, Big Savings- ALDI has been recognized for having high customer satisfaction that leads its customers to recommend ALDI to friends and family. In fact, in a recent Market Force Information consumer survey, ALDI was chosen as one of the top three favorite grocery store chains in America, as well as named the leading low-price grocery store for the fourth consecutive year.*
  • ALDI generates savings for its customers through a low-overhead, focused approach that includes:

Volume purchasing
Exclusive brand products
Special Buys
No hidden costs

*According to a survey of more than 6,000 consumers conducted in March 2014 by Market Force Information.

kssaldi21About ALDI Inc.:
A leader in the grocery retailing industry, ALDI operates nearly 1,400 US stores in 32 states, primarily from Kansas to the East Coast. More than 30 million customers each month save up to 50 percent** on their grocery bills, benefiting from the ALDI simple and streamlined approach to retailing. ALDI sells more than 1,300 of the most frequently purchased grocery and household items, primarily under its exclusive brands, which must meet or exceed the national name brands on taste and quality. ALDI is so confident in the quality of its products, the company offers a Double Guarantee: If for any reason a customer is not 100 percent satisfied with any ALDI food product, ALDI will gladly replace the product and refund the purchase price. ALDI was named the 2014 Retailer of the Year by Store Brands Magazine for its strong commitment to value and innovation-focused private brand product development. For more information about ALDI, visit www.aldi.us.

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Aldi Produce Picks thru 6/27/15

by Cristi on June 22, 2015. This post may contain affiliate links.Affiliate Link

POSTED IN: Aldi

KSSALDI1Here are the Aldi Produce Picks for the week…

  • Aldi does NOT accept coupons Manufacturer Coupons!
  • Just an FYI, make sure you have a quarter with you when you head to Aldi! The grocery carts require a quarter to release them, but you will get it back!!!
  • Also, don’t forget you need your own bags!



Sweet Corn (4pk) = $.99

Strawberies = $.99/lb

Blueberries (pint) = $.99

Cantaloupe = $.99

Washington Red Cherries = $1.99/lb

Seedless Watermelon = $2.49

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Aldi Produce Picks thru 6/13/15

by Cristi on June 7, 2015. This post may contain affiliate links.Affiliate Link

POSTED IN: Aldi

KSSALDI1Here are the Aldi Produce Picks for the week…

  • Aldi does NOT accept coupons Manufacturer Coupons!
  • Just an FYI, make sure you have a quarter with you when you head to Aldi! The grocery carts require a quarter to release them, but you will get it back!!!
  • Also, don’t forget you need your own bags!



Plums = $.19 each

Peaches or Nectarines = $.29 each

Red Grapes (2lb) = $.94/lb

Cantaloupe = $.99 each

Chiquita Pineapple = $.99 each

Honeydew = $1.39 each

Blueberries (pint) = $1.39

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Aldi Produce Picks thru 6/6/15

by Cristi on May 31, 2015. This post may contain affiliate links.Affiliate Link

POSTED IN: Aldi

KSSALDI1Here are the Aldi Produce Picks for the week…

  • Aldi does NOT accept coupons Manufacturer Coupons!
  • Just an FYI, make sure you have a quarter with you when you head to Aldi! The grocery carts require a quarter to release them, but you will get it back!!!
  • Also, don’t forget you need your own bags!



Cucumbers = $.25 each

Mangoes = $.29 each

Avocados = $.39 each

Multi-Colored Peppers (15oz) = $.99

Chiquita Pineapple = $.99

Strawberries (1lb) = $1.29

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Aldi Produce Picks thru 5/30/15

by Cristi on May 24, 2015. This post may contain affiliate links.Affiliate Link

POSTED IN: Aldi

KSSALDI1Here are the Aldi Produce Picks for the week…

  • Aldi does NOT accept coupons Manufacturer Coupons!
  • Just an FYI, make sure you have a quarter with you when you head to Aldi! The grocery carts require a quarter to release them, but you will get it back!!!
  • Also, don’t forget you need your own bags!



Chiquita Bananas = $.29/lb

Mangoes = $.29 each

Sweet Onions (2lb) = $.69

Red Grapes = $.94/lb

Cantaloupe = $.99 each

Sweet Corn (20oz) = $.99

Organic Grape Tomatoes (10oz) = $1.69

SimplyNature Organic Baby Kale (5oz) = $2.49

SimplyNature Organic Spring Mix (5oz) = $2.49

SimplyNature Organic Baby Arugula (5oz) = $2.49

SimplyNature Organic Spring Mix (5oz) = $2.99

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