I have to admit I was hesitant at first to try this grocery store, but I honestly have had nothing but positive experiences at Aldi's in Fort Oglethorpe. This is my place to shop every Sunday! I am very OCD about dates and have never had a problem with seeing expired items. Also, you've got to realize that some of the reasons they can keep their prices so cheap is that you don't have to pay for bags and I'm sure they don't order any products (they may, I don't know...but who cares, lol). Think about it, it's a CHEAP grocery store with GOOD food! My husband is a very picky eater and will only get the best. He loves the spaghetti sauce and says it's actually the best he's ever cooked with. There are items there that I like better than other grocery stores. There are also very few items I still have to get at other stores. It's a different grocery shopping experience, that's for sure. I think of all the money I save with a full buggy of groceries and this satisfies me. The food taste good (if not better) than others.
This is rediculous! This national grocery chain has no phone numbers listed anywhere? There are none on its website: www.aldi.us, which is the website to which they refer customers from their newspaper ads. There are no phone numbers to be found on this site or any other telephone number search site. How can they operate without a phone?? It makes me not want to do business with them if I cannot even call to see if they still carry an item listed in their ad. (AND they don't have online ordering capability either.)