Unlike your Save-a-lot which only stocks the most common of household staples and in only the top 4 selling selections, Aldis has some variety for the gourmet palate. Aldis essentially in a mini Costco. And the reason that I suspect that they have a German beginning is because the fancy stuff comes from Germany. And. AND. AND! Aldis carries spätzle. I wish that they had the dumpling shaped spätzle as it cooks better in a microwave. But holy cow! I spent one half what I spent at Meijer on the same kinds of items.
Aldi also has a wide selection of coffees for the gourmet ground hound, international wines. I found a Riesling from the Mosel Valley that sounds promising. I didn't buy it because 10am is a bit early to buy things like that. It boasts a peachy apricot undertone, two of my favorite flavors, so we will see. And it was exceptionally well priced.
Everything at Aldi was well priced. Personally, I think that they had room for more aisles. So once people get used to it being here and start shopping there more frequently, I anticipate there will be some rearranging. And hopefully more offerings.
If I weren't trying to save money to move into a better place I could have gone nuts in there. Believe you me.... once I am in an apartment I will go nuts.
|This stash cost me less than 5.00 You can't do that in any other store in town|
I've tried. And felt guilty in the attempt. Now... the trick will be not to have
this undo my attempts at getting healthy.