Aldi set to ‘slash prices’ on over 250 items – customers will instantly save next time they shop
ALDI is slashing prices on over 250 items to help shoppers save amid rising grocery costs this summer.
The already affordable grocery chain has set a goal of saving Americans $60 million to help fight inflation and other economic pressures.
The company announced the exciting change press release and said executives are defying economic pressures to make more savings.
“We don’t want high food prices to prevent Americans from doing what they love this summer. So we take responsibility for driving value in a way only ALDI can,” said Dave Rinaldo, Co-President of ALDI USA.
“We’re slashing our already low prices on some of the season’s most popular items to ensure summer plans don’t get muddled.”
ALDI has taken care to reduce picnic snacks and heartier products such as frozen fish and meat.
“Whether our customers are travelling, going to a game or enjoying time by the pool, we strive to provide quality groceries and essentials at the lowest possible prices so they can enjoy life off the supermarket shelf,” said Rinaldo .
While most of the discounts offered in the publication range from 50 cents to a dollar, the savings for the average buyer could actually add up.
For example, one product that had a huge hit was the Fremont Fish Market Value Pack Tilapia Filets.
The new price drop takes them down from $8.99 to $8.19, which is a great bargain for a weeknight dinner.
The fish could be enjoyed after a gorgeous charcuterie platter with Emporium Selection Havarti cheese and oven-roasted Southern Grove almonds, now only $2.49 and $4.19 respectively.
And that’s just the beginning of a long list of things ALDI has yet to reveal.
The incredible update comes as a result of ALDI’s recent price promise to customers.
As rising costs scared Americans into fear and despair, the grocery retailer reassured shoppers that it would do its best to keep them afloat.
“Saving money is what we do best,” wrote ALDI boss Jason Hart.
“And at times like these, I’m incredibly proud to reaffirm that commitment to you: No matter what’s happening in the world around us, ALDI will always be the low-price leader in every community we serve.”
Meanwhile, Aldi has discontinued items buyers need to be aware of.
These include the Season’s Choice Potato Puffs, which have been replaced by the Crispy Tots.
One fan said the ingredients and nutritional information are different.
According to a screenshot published in the online database, the old ingredients consisted of potatoes, vegetable oil, cornmeal, dextrose, onion, spice extract, salt and dihydrogen phosphate Open Food Facts.
Aldi has discontinued two Specialty Selected branded snacks: the Emmental and Gouda Cheese Bites.
Aldi described on the label that both chips, which were sold in 4.4-ounce bags, had a sweet and creamy cheese flavor.
Vista Bay Margarita Hard Seltzers is another item that Aldi has pulled from the shelves, and fans said they appreciated the few remaining items.
Luckily, other flavors are also available, including black cherry, lime, ruby grapefruit, and raspberry.
The Pueblo Lindo Taquitos chips were also taken off the shelves.
Aldi sold them in 9.9-ounce bags and contained a mixture of chili and lime flavors.
Also, they have been rolled savory to give them an extra kick.
For more similar stories, shoppers at Aldi have discovered two new “yummy” desserts that start at just $4.
And the grocery chain has launched 11 other new products and the return of fan favorites starting at $2.