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Aldi Expanding Organic-Food Brands & More Exciting Aldi News

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Aldi shoppers get excited!  Aldi is making plans to expand their organic-food brands, remove some artificial ingredients from its products, and add more gluten-free items! Aldi is also expanding its selection of fresh and organic meat and produce, including its “Never Any!” brand of meats that contain no added antibiotics, hormones, animal by-products or other additives.

Go here for more details.

$5 off ALDI Coupon in Today’s ALDI Ad

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ALDI shoppers! Check our ALDI ad today for a $5 off $30 purchase that is good through December 19, 2015.  Mine was valid  the 5220 Kingston Pike store.  This will help with all the holiday entertaining and treat making!

Did you get a coupon today?  Was it for a specific ALDI?

Butterball Turkey Coupon:Buy Butterball, Get $5 By Mail

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Buy Butterball Frozen Turkey, get $5.00 by mailCoupons.com just released a new Buy Butterball Frozen Turkey, get $5.00 by mail coupon! Last year you had to have the coupon to get your rebate. (It comes in the form of 5 $1 off coupons) If you are planning to buy a Butterball Turkey I would print this now.  Here are the prices you will see around town thru 11/17.

Food City-$.99/lb– plus you can use your Food City Knox Co. Coupon Book coupon if you haven’t already!

Aldi-$1.19/lb

Kroger-$1.49/lb

Ingles-$1.08/lb with $25 purchase

Target-$.99/lb thru 11/20

 

 

ALDI: Blueberries and Strawberries for Just $0.99!

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If you live near an ALDI run out and get this great deal today! Through today 7/30 Strawberries (16oz) and Blueberries (pint) are only 99¢!  This is a great price, don’t forget you can price match this at Walmart!

Perfect timing for this sale as practically every Fourth of July desert on  Pinterest requires blueberries and strawberries. 🙂

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ALDI Knoxville Hiring Event 2/13/14

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Known for offering wages significantly higher than the industry standard, ALDI, the nation’s low-price grocery leader, will host a hiring event for its Knoxville-area stores on Thursday, Feb. 13 from 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 12 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.. Opportunities within ALDI include Shift Managers and Manager Trainees.

Applicants can come to ALDI, 110 Moss Grove Blvd., Knoxville, TN 37922

Positions:

• Shift Managers – $10.00 – $14.00 per hour

• Manager Trainees – $17.00 per hour

Job Requirements:

• Must be 18 years or older to apply

• High school diploma or GED

• Must be available to work anytime between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m., Monday – Sunday

• Retail experience preferred

• Management experience preferred for Manager Trainees

• Drug screening and background check

• Ability to lift 45 pounds

Quick Facts:

• ALDI offers employees generous compensation that is considered well above the industry standard

• Part-time staff working at least 20 hours a week receive full health insurance, dental coverage and 401K

Aldi Organic Line- Organic Grass fed Beef Only $4.49/lb!

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My first trip to Aldi with all four boys was a last month before vacation to save on some healthier snack foods- pistachios, dried fruit etc.  My boys loved it. Food is stacked from floor to ceiling  and I said yes to almost everything they asked for. 🙂

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If you have been considering a trip to Aldi this week you should definitely go! The Aldi ad that starts July 10th is full of organic products at great prices. Including organic organic, grass fed ground beef for $4.49/lb. and antibiotic-free chicken for $2.99/lb.! You can check out all the organic Aldi deals here.

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If you are new to Aldi shopping read through my Aldi Shopping Guide here so it will be a success!

Aldi Shopping Guide

Aldi has now opened a few stores around town; so I wanted to put together a store guide that should tell you all you need to know about shopping at Aldi.  Aldi has consistently low prices on all sorts of groceries. It is a great store to add to your shopping options.

Low Prices. Aldi regular prices are great compared to grocery store regular prices. They have excellent prices on produce and staples like milk, eggs,cheese, flour and sugar. If you never use coupons, then you will find that you can save a lot more by shopping at Aldi.

Leave the Coupons at home. Aldi does not accept coupons. It wouldn’t make much difference even if they did because they carry very few brand name items. The brand name items that they do sell could probably be purchased for less with a coupon at another store.
Try Aldi’s store brand. I have tried several of their products and they taste just as good as the regular brand and Aldi offers a double your money back guarantee on all their products. If you don’t like it just return the item to the store.

Bring a Quarter. You will need to bring a quarter to “rent” a shopping cart. You have to insert a quarter to release a cart from the other carts. When you are done shopping return your cart by hooking it back up to the chain system and you will get your quarter back. In the end this saves you money because Aldi doesn’t  hire workers to gather up the carts like other stores.

Bring  Your Own Shopping Bags. If you don’t want to pay for bags (a nickel for paper and a dime for plastic), bring your own. You can also collect empty boxes from around the store to help take your groceries home. When you checkout, you place your items on the belt and the cashier scans them and places them back in your cart. You then take you cart to a table along the wall where you bag up your groceries yourself.

Bring Cash. Aldi only accepts cash, debit, or food stamps/EBT cards.

What else can you expect from Aldi? Their stores are smaller and simple. They are clean, organized, and have wide aisles. You will also notice Aldi doesn’t have shelves  like most grocery stores. Instead, pallets of the food products are used to make up aisles and you just remove the items directly from the pallet.  There are no greeters, baggers, much decoration or “frills”. That is all part of how they keep their prices low.

How about you? Any tips for shopping Aldi?