German owned Aldi is a discount supermarket that has slowly spread throughout the globe. Aldi provides an alternative shopping option while serving up good quality products for often a fraction of the price of other big-name supermarkets. While many of the products Aldi offers are comprable, there are still some you should try your best to stay away from. These are the products you should absolutely buy as well as the ones you should think twice about purchasing.
Buy – Mayonnaise
The classic condiment can often get a bit expensive at the supermarket. Aldi has a selection of mayonnaise options available, including from brand Burman’s which costs just $1.89 per jar of 887 ml of mayo.
Buy – Pure Maple Syrup
There’s nothing quite like pure maple syrup, whether you want to top your pancakes with some or mix in to your oatmeal. The possibilities are truly endless. Good quality, real maple syrup can get very expensive, but Aldi has an affordable option. Good Housekeeping shares that Aldi maple syrup is “not overwhelmingly sweet” and has “rich, complex notes of floral, roasted grain, and Christmas spices.”