Food & Nutrition

12 Things You’re Not Buying From Aldi—But Should

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The Aldi grocery chain started as a discount option here in the United States, but the German company now focuses on providing not just the lowest prices but also the best quality products. “About 98 percent of Aldi’s products are under their own brands,” which allows them to control the quality, says consumer and marketing analyst Phil Lempert. “They have very high standards for what they offer.”

While there are some foods you should always buy at Aldi, we got the inside scoop from Lempert on his all-time favorite picks to check out. “I can’t say enough good things about Aldi’s products,” adds Lempert, founder of The Supermarket Guru. “They’re very efficient, so they can have good prices.”

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