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Sunday, July 31, 2011

Quarter For Shopping Carts

Of all the grocery stores in Orlando, ALDI is different. This store is focus on "honest to goodness savings" well, that's the concept----> products should be affordable. Which I admit, their products are affordable. I also noticed that this store has few manpower inside the store but, they keep it clean, systematic and when you need assistance, you can actually call someone for help ASAP.Using the shopping cart is quiet unique because you have to insert a coin to use one and when you are done, you have to return it in the cart area to get back your quarter. Pretty neat because most of the shoppers doesn't want to leave a quarter behind. The parking lot is clutter-free of shopping carts and Aldi don't have to pay another employee to collect carts on the parking lot. A huge cut of salary budget thus, having to sell affordable products are not that hard to accomplish! My husband loves their 2% milk because it is only $1.79 a gallon compared to other grocery store which is $3.49, huge difference huh? The meat on display is a bit higher though but, when they say FRESH, it is really fresh and the meat is so tender. Dairy and meat section here is our most favorite, how about you?

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