I really do know that Aldi is the best. grocery. store. E.V.E.R. Truly. No joke. Aldi rocks my socks. And in this sucktastic craphole economic climate (yes, that's the official term, thankyouverymuch), anywhere I can save a buck is always on my list of stops when I shop for the fam.
This week, Aldi outdid themselves. Or maybe I outdid myself, I'm not sure. Either way, the fact of the matter is this:
I bought 85% of my family's groceries for the week yesterday...for just over THIRTY-NINE BUCKS.
What did I get for under forty bucks? Well, lemme just tell you.
2 boxes fruit and grain bars - 1.89 each
2 boxes cereal - 1.49 and 1.89 each
2 boxes fiber bars - 1.99 each
1 bottle ketchup - 1.19
1 lg. can tomato juice - 1.19
2 bags egg noodles - .99 each
2 boxes whole wheat pasta - 1.09 each
2 large bags whole corn tortilla chips - .99 each
3lb bananas - .99 total (33 cents/lb)
1 32 oz cottage cheese - 1.89
1 32 oz plain ff yogurt - 1.59
1 box frozen waffles - 1.19
1 bag extra fine whole green beans - 1.49
1 bag California medley - .95
1 frozen orange juice concentrate - .99
1 20 oz tomatoes (4) - .79 TOTAL
1 5-lb bag yellow onion - .99
1 protein bar (snack for me) - .95
2 gallons milk - 1.69 each
1 12 pack diet soda - 2.39
2 heads lettuce - 1.09 each
I'm tempted to, in a few weeks, take this list and go buy this stuff at Walmart, or the grocery store. Not THAT tempted since I KNOW it would be more than $39 bucks, but I am all about showing the world how sweet Aldi is.
Haven't been to Aldi? Really? Hmmm. Clearly, you're either uninformed and don't know about Aldi, or you just don't like your money. Because there is no place in town that can beat their prices that I've found. They are the rockstars of saving money.
I should do Aldi commercials, I really should.
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