Found an Aldi’s ad in a Wednesday The Oak Ridger. It does have the $5 off a $30 Aldi’s purchase coupon good until 11/22, if you were looking for one. Good only at the 111 Woodland Terrace E., Oak Ridge location.
Bananas $.44/lb. (I think these used to be bagged in Wisconsin, so I tended not to buy them.)
Pomegranate $.69 each
Red Grapes $.89/lb. (Sold in 2 lb. clamshells usually for $1.78)
Grapefruit $.33 each
Pineapple $.99 each (Used to buy this at Aldi’s quite often in Wisconsin. Probably will buy 2 today, as I love fresh pineapple and hate paying more than $2 for one, so been a little bit since we had one. Sampled some canned pineapple the other day at a Food City Open House and I can’t stand canned pineapple anymore.)
Gala Apples 3 lb. bag $1.99
Happy Farms Cream Cheese or Fit & Active Neufchatel 8 oz. block $.99
Friendly Farms All Natural Nonfat Greek Yogurt 6 oz. $.88
Happy Farms Deli Sliced Cheese Provolone or Swiss 8 oz. $1.99 (Been finding it this price or a tad cheaper at Kroger with more choices.)
Happy Farms Shredded Mozzarella Cheese 16 oz. $3.29
Friendly Farms Extra Creamy Whipped Topping 8 oz. $.89
Goldhen Eggs Grade A Large Dozen $.69
Kirkwood All Natural Chicken Breasts 48 oz. (3 lbs.) $6.49 (This is about $2.16/lb.)
Appleton Farms Premium Sliced Bacon 16 oz. $3.89 (Good deal or not? I don’t personally like bacon much.)
Kirkwood Boneless Turkey Breast 48 oz. (3 lbs.) $7.99 (about $2.66/lb.)
Appleton Farms Smoked Ham-Shank Portion 9 lb. Average $.99/lb.
Appleton Farms Smoked Ham-Butt Portion 8 lb. Average $1.19/lb.
Appleton Farms Spiral Sliced Half Ham includes glaze packet, 9 lb. average $1.49/lb.
Butterball Turkey 10 to 22 lb. $1.19/lb.
(I do believe the turkey and ham prices will be cheaper elsewhere, as we get closer to Thanksgiving and Christmas. In Wisconsin, the local stores always beat Aldi’s on the ham and turkey prices at the holidays.)
Nature’s Nectar Frozen Orange Juice concentrate 12 oz. $1.29
Baker’s Corner Brown Sugar or Powdered Sugar 32 oz. $1.19 (Not sure what a good price is.)
Carlini Vegetable Oil 48 oz. $2.39
Happy Harvest Whole Kernel Corn 15.25 oz. $.49
Sweet Harvest Cranberry Sauce Jellied or Whole Berry 14 oz. $.89
Stonemill Essentials Gravy Mixes .87 oz. $.39
Chef’s Cupboard Sour Cream & Chive Mashed Potatoes 6.6 oz. $.99
Chef’s Cupboard Turkey or Herb Stuffing Mix 6 oz. $.99
L’Oven Fresh 8″ PUmpkin Pie 24 oz. $2.89 (Wonder if we shall see cheaper at Kroger or somewhere with coupons.)
L’Oven Fresh White Bread 20 oz. $.85
Peanut Delight Creamy Peanut Butter 18 oz. $1.89
Non Food Items
Autumn Tableware Assortment $.89
Oval Turkey Roasting Pans $.89
Few reminders… today is the Grand Opening of the Oak Ridge Aldi’s. Aldi’s takes only cash or debit, so plan appropriately. You will need a quarter if you want to use a cart, but when you are done shopping and return the cart, you will receive your quarter back. Also, Aldi’s has a great return policy. If a food item does not please you, then return it and receive a replacement product and your money back. Yes, they do honor this guarantee, as I used it once in Wisconsin. Makes me more willing to risk trying something new. I admit, I did not use it because I did not like the product. Instead is was a product not passed it’s due date, but it was a bloated container of fresh salsa. (My hubby liked their fresh salsa quite a bit.)