Aldi Grocery Produce Section

by Mary

We like to shop Aldi Grocery's produce department. Aldi's prices are what draw us to their fruits and vegetables; yet equally, we're drawn by the quality of the produce and the regularity of selection. We can count on finding the fresh fruits and veggies that we need through the week, so we shop there first before heading to other stores.

When I first heard of Aldi grocery stores, I had thought that it would not be worth making an extra trip to another store. Boy was I wrong!

Once we started to go to Aldi's we've returned nearly every week. We go to several different stores and have found that the stores are clean and the employees are professional and friendly.

What's fun is that they have a well defined and regular stock, yet add seasonal items like Octoberfest foods during October, more seafood during Lent, ethnic Easter foods during Easter, and Christmas foods and Christmas gifts during the Christmas seasons. They also offer seasonal decorations, gifts, and clothing. If you like it, you'd better get it while they've got it. Their specials go quickly.

Anyway. 'Just a note to share my favorites.

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