Check in every Monday as he puts new and familiar savings strategies to the test. If you like to save money on groceries, Aldi is probably already part of your weekly routine. A separate company owns Aldi locations in the U. Significantly smaller than a typical supermarket, both stores emphasize the value of their private label items, including plenty of organic and gluten-free choices.
Another important difference is the price! Another easy comparison and this one really is a tie! For hummus, the difference between the two stores is a buck. This one was a little tricky. Oatmeal is the cent breakfast that will satisfy you for hours! You save another dollar when you buy it from Aldi. These containers are both 30 ounces. Pretzels are my favorite snack food and Aldi is a great place to get them for less! Your local Aldi is getting a whole new look!
Again, this is a case where you can save by shopping the sales at a regular grocery store. Back in the produce section, Aldi gets the advantage again. If price is the only thing that matters to you, Aldi wins this comparison easily. Which grocery store is a better deal?
When you really think about it, the two grocery store chains have a lot in common! Berry medley, frozen Aldi: Whole wheat bread Aldi: Brussels sprouts, frozen Aldi: Steel cut oats Aldi: And the winner is… If price is the only thing that matters to you, Aldi wins this comparison easily. Which grocery store do you prefer? Tell us why on Facebook and Twitter. Michael Timmermann paid off his mortgage in two years.More...