20 Irresistibly Better-for-You Finds

April 6, 2016 – They say that healthy, happy eating habits start at the grocery store.  This sounds simple enough, but now it’s 6 p.m. after work on a Tuesday, you’re tired and hungry, and you still have to buy groceries. Don’t stress – you’ve got this! And we’re here to help.

At ALDI, we like to think of ourselves as your partner in building a better-for-you lifestyle. Our aisles are stocked with high-quality nutritious options that’ll help you eat and live your very best on a budget. From our bounty of fresh produce (including organics!) and our specialty cheeses to our Never Any! line of meat without added antibiotics, hormones or animal by-products, we’ve set you up to make easy, better-for-you choices from the moment you stroll through our doors.

And for all the days you don’t have time to browse the shelves looking for a product that strikes your fancy, here’s a handy list that’ll get you in and out with a satisfying spread:

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Need a little extra push to help you decide on that perfect product? Look for these items in-store that were hand-chosen by a team of registered dietitians for their nutritional value. Happy shopping!

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8 thoughts on “20 Irresistibly Better-for-You Finds

    1. ALDI USA Post author

      Hi Linda, we’re planning to open approximately 45 stores in Southern California by the end of the year. The first eight SoCal stores already opened on Thursday, March 24. To get details on store openings as soon as they are confirmed, visit our Grand Openings tab from a desktop computer or internet browser here: http://on.fb.me/1gXFoym.

  1. steve

    Well aldis used to be good IMO, their prices have gotten as high as anyone else out there. In fact Kroger/dillons has better prices along with better produce.
    I quit buying produce at aldis as it rotted 2 days after i got it. Not worth buying. The only thing i usually do buy is dry goods but lately those prices have gotten high as well. I’m finding it cheaper to buy at dillons and independent grocery stores.

    1. Annette David

      Yeah, I’ve noticed this as well in Pittsburgh,Ks where I drive over an hour to get to. I started going to Dillon’s pharmacy and started shopping there w/their savings card and haven’t been back to Aldi’s since. Sorry to say.

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