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ALDI deals 9/11: celery, carrots, peppers, spinach & more!

Posted September 11, 2013


Aldi has some very good buys this week on celery, carrots, peppers, spinach & more!

These deals are valid 9/11 - 9/17.

Celery, .79

Baby carrots, 1 lb, .69

Grape tomatoes, .79 per pint

Spinach, .99 per 9 oz bag

Multi-colored peppers, $1.99 for a 3-pack

Baking potatoes, $1.69 for a 5 lb bag

80% lean ground beef, $2.79/lb

Meat buy: asparagus stuffed chicken breast, $4.99/lb - not a deal


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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  • straitlover1965 Sep 12, 2013

    Yeah, they are pretty wet. I usually open mine as soon as I get home, so I haven't had that problem. Hope the drying and storage continer work for you!

  • cushioncritter Sep 11, 2013

    Just to clarify -- put bag of baby carrots in refrig drawer as bought, 2 days later, totally moist/rotted away, not fit for anything except trash. I will try washing and placing in tupperware.

  • meredith88 Sep 11, 2013

    We're still eating some baby carrots from Aldi that we got 3-4 weeks ago. I do not store them in the bag they are bought in. I rinse them off and then move them into a tupperware container so they last longer.

  • beadhive Sep 11, 2013

    I find them to be too moist so I open the package and dry them off on paper towels and put them in a different bag and then they last longer for me.

  • straitlover1965 Sep 11, 2013

    Waht do you mean by going bad? If you mean gettign the white haze on them, that's not going bad, that;s from the chlorine rinse they use on them. The carrots are still find to eat. Before anyone freaks out, it's not clorox, it's supposedly food safe chlorine they use.

  • luvstoQ Sep 11, 2013

    I haven't noticed that about Aldi's carrots. I am still snacking on some I purchases at their last good sale - love them because they are cut 'small'.

  • cushioncritter Sep 11, 2013

    The ALDI baby carrots always go bad in just a few days. Does anyone know how to preserve them?