Friday, 4 September 2020

Reasons why I love Aldi

Hey readers,

Let me tell you something about me  - I love to shop in Aldi. This post is all about my appreciation for the shop. See below my reasons why.

You can't beat browsing the special buy isle, you never know what you are going find. It is pretty random and it changes frequently so you can be excited about what will be on offer. You go into Aldi with the aim of getting one thing and then come out with the random selection of items.

I am not a middle-class blogger, I am on a budget and Aldi prices are reasonable. You can actually get fresh fruit and vegetable without fear and can cost less than a tenner.

They have some pretty cool recipes to try out, always handy if you are a rushed parent and need some inspiration.

They have some unusual items such as gin popsicles and deer burger. I Love the fact that Aldi is experimental in the choices of products in their shop.

Aldi supports the Red Tractor label whereby the meet is 100% British therefore supporting local communities.

There isn't a massive selection of choice compared to other supermarkets. However, this does mean that it is less stressful because I am not overwhelmed with choice. 

It is a fairly relaxed shopping experience, apart from the end with packing shopping away. (But then again I tend not to go with my children because of this and I like leisurely pace around the store).

You be sure that every single Aldi has the same layout, therefore you know where everything is, meaning less stress shopping if you need to check into different Aldi's. 

There is nothing more frustrating when supermarkets decide to change where they put stuff, nobody got no time for that!

I love the fact that Aldi every fortnight have a thing called super 6 special buys, consisting of fruit and vegetables at a lower price. 

This is a great way to encourage people to buy healthier options.

Aldi now at their tills have healthy items such as fruit, rice cakes and water to not lead you into temptation.

If you shop at Aldi what kind of things do you like about the store? Love to hear your thoughts in the comment section down below. 

Cheers for reading X


  1. Also and the sister company, Lidl are both brilliant, I shop there regularly #pocolo@_karendennis

  2. I like Aldi too. The only reason I rarely shop there is that it's pretty disorganized at least here and they don't employ shop assistants who can help me find stuff (I'm blind so there's no way I would be able to find it on my own). That being said, they are definitely cheaper than most regular supermarkets and I also agree with you on the lack of overloading choices. #PoCoLo

  3. I do love that Aldi has some really unique food items I can't find anywhere else. I just wish the only one we have near us was a bit larger as we don't have anywhere near the selection of other stores.