ALDI Dropping Prices Thru Labor Day | Stock Up On BBQ & Picnic Supplies, Healthy Food Options + More!

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ALDI is dropping prices this summer! Grab healthy food on the cheap or stock up on barbecue and picnic supplies!

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ALDI, the budget-friendly grocery store, is going the extra mile to save you even more money. The grocer just announced they are dropping prices for the summer of 2024. They aim to pass along 100 million in savings, almost double the amount they aimed to save customers last year.

ALDI may be the place to go for your summer needs since customers will see savings on seasonal items like BBQ and picnic necessities. These items include charcuterie items and meats like steak and chicken breasts. Plus, prices will be lowered on travel-ready snacks and healthier food options like granola bars, avocado, oil and chia seeds.

Expect savings of 10¢ to $1.50 on various items throughout the store from now until Labor Day!

avocado oil at aldi

Expect savings this summer on these ALDI items…

Aldi released a list of some items that you can expect to see discounts on through Labor Day. Now is the perfect time to pick up some healthier food options on the cheap or stock up on your barbecue supplies!

Consider adding these items to your next grocery list:

Plus, the below items will see a price reduction through July 10th, 2024. These deals may come in handy for your Father’s Day or the Fourth of July celebration:

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  1. Stella

    I haven’t shopped Aldi yet, but I appreciate their efforts to lower costs for consumers. I hope they continue to expand their cost saving measures as an incentive to increase consumer patronage. If they succeed, hopefully other major grocery chains will follow suit and reduce their prices. Just today, I was shopping at Ralph’s which is in the Kroger family of stores and wanted to pick up a cauliflower. I was so angry that one head of cauliflower was going to cost me $7.00, but a huge bag of chips would be half the price! People often discuss the concerning rise in childhood obesity, the alarming increase in diabetes type 2 and in general, the unhealthy American diet. What grocery retailers need to do is sell vegetables, fruits and lean protein at affordable prices and maybe, begin to offset the harm that poor diets consisting of highly processed foods has wrought. In addition, put corporate greed aside and stop exploiting their customers by continually raising food prices. We are no longer in a supply chain deficit as we were 4 years ago and there is no justification for the rising costs of consumer goods.

    • HumbleWorkerBee

      You’re right that there isn’t a supply chain deficit any more, but higher energy prices = higher transportation costs for that cauliflower, along with higher minimum wages for & higher benefit costs on grocery retailers are putting upward pressure on food prices. There is no downward pressure. Grocery retailers operate at a slim profit margin & they are passing along those higher costs to procure food and operating costs to customers. We may complain about it, but we still pay the asking price. Look at Wall St. & the stock market. Business is good. And they could care less about obesity, diabetes and unhealthy diets.

      • Hipgrandma

        Excellent response

      • SavingsMama

        Aldis’ advertisements are about passing the savings on to us…isn’t that the point? Which OP said they haven’t shopped there…but Aldi and Lidl are both way more expensive then when they opened not too long ago, our way. They used to be cheaper on fruits & veggies, but not lately. I’d love to see more sales on fresh produce and healthy, miniminally packaged snacks for my family. I don’t really care about the logistics or cost for the business to get there, as long as the savings are passed to the consumers. To say that we continue to pay the high prices is a silly argument surrounding food…it’s not a choice. Eating healthy shouldn’t have to be a choice based on budget either. Nice to see fellow H2Savers chiming in on this none the less 🙂

      • ShoppingFan

        You are absolutely correct! Many of us don’t realize that some grocers also don’t make a profit off some items

      • ShoppingFan

        I was trying to reply to HumbleWorkerBee

    • raisedfurr

      Brilliantly stated 🙌🏾

  2. uma

    BRAVA Stella!

  3. Sarah

    American gas prices in 2012, 2013, and 2014 were over $3 a gallon, and food prices were MUCH cheaper back then. So why are we blaming rising fuel costs so much for the current massive price hikes? I remember gas hitting $4 a gallon for a little while when I was in college even, in 2010 or 2011, and distributors managed to get food from one place to the next without a %25 to %100 price hike.

  4. Csandst1

    Some of the rise in costs is due to war in Ukraine. Produce prices are higher due to drought, disease and some labor shortages and increased cost of plastic packaging and pesticides. Increased cost of gas has impacted food cost some as it has been consistently near or above $3 per gallon for close to 3 years. Previous gas spikes were short lived.

  5. Jill P.

    I’ve noticed Aldi is no longer “the lowest prices in town” which they claim. Walmart has lower prices on the majority of regular grocery items that I compare.

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      Bummer to hear about the prices near you, Jill. Hoping some of these markdowns will allow them to stay competitive with Walmart in your area! 💕

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