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ALDI deals 1/8: Cucumbers, green peppers, zucchini, sweet onions & more!

Posted January 8

 

Aldi has some very good deals this week on cucumbers, green peppers, zucchini, sweet onions, garden salad and more!

These deals are valid January 8 – January 14, 2014.

Cucumbers, .29 each – great price

Little Salad garden salad, 12 oz bag, .59 – good deal

Green peppers, 3 pack, .99 – great price

Zucchini, 3 pack, .99 – very good price

Sweet onions, 2 lb bag, .99 – good price

Organic baby carrots, 16 oz, $1.49

Tomatoes on the vine, 24 oz., $1.89

Organic grape tomatoes, 1 pint, $1.99

Wednesday meat special: Simply Nature organic grass fed ground beef, 1 lb, $4.49

Orange juice, 64 oz, $1.79

Frozen strawberries, sliced peached or mixed fruit, 16 oz, $2.29 (these are great for smoothies!)

Frozen raspverries, blueberries, berry medley, 12 oz, $2.29

Fit & Active cream of mushroom or cream of chicken soup, .59

Chopped spinach, frozen, 10 oz, .99

Steamable vegetables, 12 oz, $1.09

Granny smith or blueberry applesauce, 24 oz, $1.59

Organic wildflower honey, 12 oz, $3.19

 

 

Aldi coupon, payment and store policies:

* ALDI does not accept manufacturer coupons

* You will need to bring your own bags to bag your groceries. They do not provide any.

* If you wish to use a grocery cart, you will need to deposit a quarter into the cart machine and you will get it back when you return the cart.

* They accept cash, debit and EBT cards as forms of payment. They do not accept credit cards or checks.

There is more information available on their website HERE

 

 

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  • lisagrabowski Jan 13, 5:09 p.m.

    *Raspberries

  • SomewhereLeftOfRTP Jan 9, 2:27 p.m.

    I go to Aldi first for produce, especially fresh fruit -- quality varies from day to day as well as season to season, but in general I get tastier berries there than at other stores, and their prices are almost always the lowest around. They do have frequent supply issues, though -- they were picked bare last weekend.

  • meredith88 Jan 9, 1:26 p.m.

    I agree that a lot of their produce is gorwn in the US. I buy 90% of our produce from there and the stickers always show as being grown in NC, FL, CA, etc. I've seen some from Costa Rica but not much.

    nceducator79, my husband and I are also starting to juice a lot. I got a juicer for Christmas and we've used it almost every day. It's a lot of fun! We're not ready for a fast yet but so far have replaced breakfast each day with juice and are amazed at how much it fills us up!

  • bgrmom Jan 8, 12:00 p.m.

    Surprisingly, a lot of Aldi's produce is locally grown. I have been in there many times and gotten squash, tomatoes, sweet potatoes and such that are NC grown. I would say they probably have more local produce than the larger stores most of the time.

  • nceducator79 Jan 8, 11:12 a.m.

    I do think a lot is imported. Not always the best quality, I suppose. They are starting to get in more organics though, which is nice. They also keep their costs down by the way they run their store though. If you've never been, you might want to give it a try.

  • IamwhatIam Jan 8, 11:01 a.m.

    Do you find that Aldi's produce is grown in the US or is a lot of it imported? I would imagine the latter, especially considering the price. We prefer US grade produce.

  • nceducator79 Jan 8, 7:46 a.m.

    Love Aldi! My husband and I are starting to juice and will do a juice fast later this month. Aldi's produce deals make this a much more affordable adventure!