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Aldi produce deals 2/9

Posted February 11, 2011

Here are the weekly Aldi produce deals thanks to Kristi. Thank you Kristi!

There are some very good prices including .99 pineapple, $1.49 cantaloupe, .39/lb bananas (same as Walmart), cukes for .49 and more. Have I mentioned that I wish there was an Aldi's closer to me so I could take advantage of their produce deals each week?

bananas $0.39 a pound
granny smith, golden delicious, gala or Fuji apples $2.69 for 3lb bag
naval oranges $2.49 for 4 lb bag
tangerines $1.99 for 3 lb bag
grapefruit $ 2.29 for 5lb bag
cantaloupe $1.49 each
strawberries $2.49
pineapple 0.99 each
blueberries $1.49 for 6 oz.
green or red seedless grapes $2.99 for 2 lbs
pears $1.99 a bag
lemons $1.99 for 2lb bag
mangoes 0.99 each
avocados 0.95 each
cucumbers 0.49 each
zucchini or squash $1.69 for 24 oz (I think 3 pieces)
green peppers $1.79 for 3
red, yellow & orange peppers $2.89 for 3
tomatoes on the vine $1.99
tomatoes $1.69
Roma tomatoes $1.69
grape tomatoes $1.49
peeled baby carrots $0.99 for 1 lb bag
baking potatoes $2.19 for 5 lb bag
romaine hearts $1.99 for bag of 3
flat leaf spinach $ $1.69 for 9oz bag
celery $1.19


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  • boomer3145 Feb 12, 2011

    Their Millville cereal is General Mills

  • misjespieburg Feb 11, 2011

    My family has shopped for Aldi's now for about 2 years. I suggest any produce that is purchased should be placed immediately in the refrigerator or else it will go bad. Also, they have had great deals on strawberries in the past for 99cents. Since I know the produce will go bad quickly, I usually prepare the strawberries and put them in a freezer bag. Then, my family can have strawberry shortcake and other goodies year round.

  • Nancy Feb 11, 2011

    They're very short dated on most perishables, and it's one of the items I have to check and report on when I do a mystery shop for them. One of the questions specifically addresses fruit and produce, and they want to know if there are any pieces with mold or soft spots etc.

    BUT, having said all that, if the produce is in good shape, you will not find a better deal anywhere :)

  • Oxymoron02 Feb 11, 2011

    I've not been in an Aldi's in some time. They're out of my way and I found the quality of the perishables to be hit or miss. Not worth the trip on its own, but worth a 1 mile detour if I have the time. Maybe it's gotten better since I stopped going.

    IIRC they're owned by the same company that owns Trader Joes.