7 Secrets Aldi Managers Don’t Want You to Know

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This German retailer has taken the grocery store industry by storm, and for all the good reasons: they have amazing prices and products! And while some of us are versed in the art of shopping at Aldi, there are some things that are still kept secret, even for those of us who are veterans at this store.

Be it that they are secrets because people don’t want to share those amazing tips or because they want to keep the store from becoming too mainstream, we have gathered some of the best-kept secrets Aldi has to share them with you. After all, why not spread the least known facts about this amazing store so you too can benefit from their amazing deals?

And if you have any other facts that are lesser known, don’t be shy to share them with the rest of us in the comments below! This way, we can share everything with the frugal community!

Let us know which is your favorite item to buy at Aldi and why!

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17 thoughts on “7 Secrets Aldi Managers Don’t Want You to Know”

  1. I consider that much of their fruits are not fresh. If i am going to buy grapes for example i will buy them on wednesday. By the weekend they have to be discarded if not eaten.
    Their cheese selection is very good n great prices, as we already know.
    Great markdown on the middle isle after 2 wks n not sold at my aldis.
    Great store but not everyrhing is less expensive, i compare on Flipp n decide what to buy each week
    Thank you for the info given

  2. I love the lower prizes.
    I buy gluten free milk it’s cheaper by 50 cents then other stores.
    I have bought cherries,peaches and nectarines were are delicious.

    The store is clean and organized. Employee always ask if I found everything or coined help.

    Thanks and Gods blessings.

    1. Gluten free milk? There is no gluten in milk! Gluten is found in products made with wheat! What is gluten free milk?

  3. I have a bad knee. They have a scooter I would use but no one EVER plugs it up. I’ve written to the company to no avail. I love their breads and just about everything else. I go at 9 so I can get there before the crowds. It’s a very popular place here in Palm Beach !

  4. Aldi‘s has the best produce except bananas, Chiquita bananas are far superior and I will make a special trip to another store and avoid the dole bananas at Aldis.

  5. We frequent the Aldi’s store on Maiden lane , J oplin, Mo, two three times a week.our go to”s are produce, diary products , & tuna for the cats . note ( it use to be cheaper than Walmart).. I always enjoy the aisles bargains with anything & everything.

  6. My Aldis is in Seneca SC
    The ass’t manager, Cain, is the best. He will put himself out to help anyone, either customer or employee. I always go Wednesday mornings so I can shop the fun shelves. I buy dog everything, it’s the best price anywhere for Crofton. The temporary shelves of things are my favorites. I won’t go anywhere else for fruit and vegetables as they have the freshest with trucks coming in daily. The store is always clean, and the employees nice. I LOVE ALDIS.

  7. Ever since Aldi was discovered in our family, I have been a faithful shopper. Until recently….. I visited my family’s other favorite store, WinCo, and the pricing there is much lower, especially on produce items. I was actually shocked by the lower pricing, for produce, and the quality, variety and flavor of these produce items are much greater. Realizing that summer fruit is seasonal, the other items (avocados, yams, red potatoes, mangos, etc.) are of better quality and pricing. I have now taken the bulk of my shopping to WinCo for the lower cost.

    I will, however, check out the website for the meat deals and the Wednesday specials. I was not aware of this feature for Aldi. Thank you.

  8. Ann McIver Staples

    I love Aldis and our manager Greg, Woodhaven, MI 48183

    I due most of my shopping at this store. Love the produce, cereal, crackers, dairy, some personal items etc.

    Been my store since they opened.

  9. Speaking of Aldi brand products, my family loves the Happy Farms cheese, and I think the Winking Owl wine is SO good + the price is really nice at under $3!

  10. Not a fan. Lots of processed junk, no organic. Cheddar is a weird neon orange. The only things I sometimes like are in the seasonal aisle, but mostly I shop elsewhere

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