I love their Fit & Active products. The meat is great and low fat, and they also have frozen entrees and canned fruits and veggies all Fit & Active. Also cereals, milk, dairy products. And very reasonably priced. The quality is great too
I like a lot of Aldis canned foods as well as the frozen and boxed goods and I have never had a problem with the quality. The only thing I have not liked is the cheese food slices because I feel they do not compare to the Kraft slices in texture or taste.
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Due to recent job situation, I am trying to find more ways to save. I normally would shop at Acme or Wegmans out of convenience and quality of food. I did go shopping the other day at Bottom Dollar Foods and was disappointed…Their meats were expensive and had a lot of fat in them. Acme is same price with less fat. I just simply noticed that some of their boxed foods like mac n cheese, hamburger helper were decent price, and they had canned goods there, but I am questioning the quality of them? I mean, 50 cents for a can of tuna??? I noticed with them, the more unhealthy the food – the cheaper it was… Guess that’s answers the question of how can people with little money can be overweight.
I know this team is Aldi and Save a Lot. I have both Aldi and Save a Lot (closer to me than Bottom Dollar too)….so I wanted to post to see what all your opinions are regarding their products. How did you find the quality of their own name brand items like canned veggies, etc…?
A big thing for me is quality of produce and meats…Canned veggies are a staple of mine as well. The other stuff, like boxed items such as hamburger helper, instant potatos, aren’t a real issue for me. They seem to be affordable anywhere and I don’t really use them often.
So please give me your opinions – who’s better Aldi, or Save-A-Lot? Who has the better quality meats and produce?
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