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If you shop at Aldi, you have to try these 6 items that customers are loving!

Aldi is a popular supermarket chain that has gained a following among shoppers for a variety of reasons. One of the main reasons why people love Aldi is because of its low prices. Aldi is known for offering high-quality products at affordable prices, which makes it a great option for budget-conscious shoppers.

Another reason why people love Aldi is because of its unique shopping experience. Unlike other supermarkets, Aldi has a no-frills approach, which means that it doesn’t have fancy displays or elaborate marketing campaigns. Instead, Aldi focuses on providing its customers with quality products at low prices.

Aldi is also known for its private-label brands, which are often just as good as or even better than name-brand products. These private-label brands are often cheaper than their name-brand counterparts, which makes them a great option for shoppers looking to save money.

Overall, there are many reasons why people love Aldi. Aldi has something to offer everyone, and they have become a major player in the grocery business in the U.S. since opening their first location in 1976. The German-based company now has over 2,300 stores nationwide and a loyal fan base, and EatThis,NotThat! has come up with a list of six items that have been drawing raves from customers. Here’s what they found.

  • Sundae Shoppe Stroopwafel Ice Cream Sandwiches

    These treats are currently an “Aldi Find” through today, July 25 at $4.95 for a box of four. They consist of two dulce de leche-filled stroopwafel cookies with a layer of vanilla ice cream in between. One Redditor said “Yes they’re delicious! I regret not buying 2 boxes” but another complained that the sandwiches were too small and were about the diameter of a can of soda.


  • Choceur Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels

    Aldi has competition with this product from Costco and Sam’s Club but their product is getting rave reviews. One Redditor posted a photo with the comment of “I can’t stop. Send help!!!” and another said “They’re gone in one night at my house.” 

  • Goat Cheese

    Aldi sells several varieties of goat cheese at $1.89 per log that include plain, honey, cranberry cinnamon, blueberry vanilla, double cream amarena cherry and everything bagel flavors. Comments include pairing the goat cheese with crackers and strawberries, broiling the cheese in a cast-iron pan with red pepper strips and olive oil, and “it makes a great topping for little toasts, sturdy crackers or pieces of French bread.” 

  • Roasted Pine Nut Hummus

    Hummus at Aldi is sold under the Park Street Deli brand and comes in several flavors, and one Redditor said it’s “the best hummus [they]’ve ever had.” Other popular hummus flavors include roasted garlic, cilantro jalapeño, and Significant Spicy. 

  • Clancy’s Cheese Curls

    As a direct competitor to the “name brand”, Aldi’s product is getting positive reviews. An 8.5-ounce bag costs $1.98 at Aldi and a comparable bag of Cheetos goes for $4.38 and Redditors said the Clancy’s snack is less salty, cheesier, and crunchier. 

  • Southern Grove Tuscan Trail Mix

    Aldi’s version of trail mix includes almonds, cashews, peanuts, sesame sticks, garlic breadsticks, and rye chips are also getting high marks. One Redditor said “I like all the components, but sesame sticks are my favorite. I like that the mix is completely savory/salty, and there’s no random raisins or weird chocolate in it.” 

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