Great value in items
yes we have aldi, they are non union.
whats non union mean>?
aldi is a little out of my way, the only thing i go there for is hemp seeds for my smoothies. haven’t been there in a year. i usually get my groceries at kroger which has everything i need and is union.
non union means there employees are not in a workers union having collective bargaining on wages and mediation and job protection. i like unions but don’t always shop at union grocers. sometimes i go to walmart too. kroger has the best fresh produce around here and everything i need other than hemp seeds. 80% of the time i shop there.
aldi also has good cheap wines right as you walk in the door, but i don’t drink anymore.
I never heard of them, and I live in Arkansas. Just Kroger, Cash Saver, and Walmart grocery stores.
we don’t have lidi, i have never heard of that one.
I shop in Aldi, I heard its German owned, its food I find is quite nice, and plenty of bargins to be had
there mostly in europe i heard
We have Aldi here in Iowa. Never heard of Lidi though.
its called Lidl
Still never heard of it.
We have Lidl here in Finland including our town. That’s where I get most of my stuff from.
We have Aldi in Florida.
Aldi is owned by two brothers who are German. They also own Trader Joe’s.
Which means they can charge lower prices for their food cos they pay their employees less. Makes me want to boycott
As I’m sure @Bowens can attest to, Aldi is pretty popular alongside Hyvee, which I happen to work for as a stocker.
I think it’s ok here.
Most supermarkets pay minimum wage, so an Aldi worker will earn at least the same as any other place here in the UK
I have an Aldi’s within one mile of where I live in the US, mid-atlantic region. I get almost everything I seek and at really great prices. This brings me a lot of satisfaction. I am devoted to the store. I am so thankful.
In the UK, Aldi and LIDL pay relatively well to their employees. I was thinking of working there and I found out.
In US Aldi pays well