Aldi has done a shift in purchasing and store stocking in the last year - not bringing in almost nothing from overseas anymore - used to get in products from their sister ops in europe >>> realy concentrating on the basics and keeping the pricing down ....I went to an Aldi grocery store today. Don’t know how widespread they are across the country but their prices are better than Walmart’s and their produce is way better. I got a jar of beets for $1.50 today. I can’t grow, process and can them for anywhere near that low of a price. Right now it’s still cheaper to buy food than grow it in most cases. (Of course that dosent count towards freshness and flavor). I am afraid though in the not so far off future knowing how to grow your own food won’t just be economical but just may keep you fed too.
We have Aldis here in The Peoples Republik of Kalifornia. Their prices are competitive on some items. The produce quantity and quality varies week to week.I went to an Aldi grocery store today. Don’t know how widespread they are across the country but their prices are better than Walmart’s and their produce is way better.
Lol, in South Germany you would be hanged and cruzified bevore banned for ever if you're buying spätzle in an AldiI went to an Aldi when they first opened a couple years ago. All I got out of it were some Spaetze noodles.