Food shopping for 2.

Yes, it is a lot of food, but I have only been to Aldi once since the pandemic started. Hence, I buy in bulk. It is also a good thing as we are in the busiest time of Hurricane season.

How can you not buy product such as these at the prices I am posting:

A full cart for $80 bucks.
  • Family size cereal $1.99
  • Old fashioned oats $2.39
  • 24 oz jar pasta sauce 85 cents
  • Parmesan cheese 2.29
  • soup 50 cents
  • Peaches in extra lite syrup 89 cents
  • Chili with beans 95 cents
  • large canister raisins $2.89
  • Regular size cereal $1.39
  • Frozen Brussel sprouts $1,19
  • 8 oz. Cheddar/Mozzarella cheese $1.69
  • Large eggs $1
  • Black Forest 1.lb ham or turkey $2.95
  • Fresh mushrooms 99 cents
  • Seedless grapes 99 cents lb.
  • Yogurts 25 cents
  • Indulgent Greek yogurt 32 oz. $3.49

I have missed a few items, but you get the idea. Being English, I love the German company Aldi, both in England, and here in the states. Excellent quality, and prices you can’t even beat in the Dollar store.

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12 comments

  1. We don’t have an Aldi but we go to Lidl for some of their organic range: coffee, Prosecco, nuts, oils, beer. I also buy their frozen lobsters whenever I see them which sadly isn’t often enough.

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