Aldi is well-known for selling economical and good wine. In fact, there is an entire Aldi wine line dedicated to bottles that have received numerous honours.
Since wine is a popular Aldi shopping mainstay, it seems to reason that chocolate will be as well. The German-owned company allegedly works with many European suppliers, which means they have a lot of imported delights, including chocolate.
Aldi carries a wide variety of breads, including brioche, whole wheat, rolls, Italian bread, bagels, English muffins, and more. According to The Kitchen, their breads are not only well-reviewed, but also reasonably priced.
According to sources, 16 oz. of butter at Aldi costs $2.56, which is less than Kroger (but Walmart offers the same deal).
Similar to their chocolate collection, Aldi has superb cheeses ranging from grass-fed cheddar to gouda and everything in between. According to some estimates, the prices for these better flavours range between $2 and $5.
Yes, Aldi offers even more dairy at cheap costs. Aldi's yoghurt costs $3.69 per 32-ounce container, while single portions cost $0.39 apiece.
Although paper plates are not always the most cost-effective buy because they are only used once, there are occasions when you simply cannot bear the thought of washing any more dishes.