Aldi deals, Jan. 8-14

Posted by Amy Dunn on January 8, 2014 

Aldi stores in the Triangle have great deals this week on cucumbers, sweet onions, bagged salad, zucchini and green peppers. Stores are also fully stocked with Aldi’s new line of organic and natural products under the SimplyNature brand.

Keep reading for all of this week's top deals.

Aldi shopping tips:

Aldi does not accept coupons or provide bags. Bring your own reusable bags and a quarter to rent a cart. Your coin will be returned when you return the cart to the corral near the front door.

This week's top deals:

Cucumbers: 29 cents each.

Sweet onions: 50 cents per pound (sold in 2-lb. bag).

Bagged salad: 59 cents for a 12-oz. bag.

Zucchini: 99 cents for 3-pack.

Green peppers: 99 cents for 3-pack.

Organic baby carrots: $1.49 for 1-lb. package.

Tomatoes on the vine: $1.89 for 24-oz. package.

Organic grape tomatoes: $1.99 per pint.

Canned soups: 59 cents.

Homestyle and chunky soups: $1.29.

Aldi, which had been experimenting with selling organic and natural foods, is now selling a full line of products under the SimplyNature name in all stores. Here is a sampling of items and their prices:

Organic spaghetti (16 oz.): $1.19.

Organic free range broth (32 oz.): $1.79.

Organic pasta sauce (25 oz.): $1.99.

Organic salsa (16 oz.): $1.99.

Organic diced tomatoes (28 oz.): $1.49.

Organic frozen blueberries (10 oz.): $2.99.

Organic wildflower honey (12 oz.): $3.19.

Organic Greek yogurt (5.3 oz.): 99 cents.

Organic string cheese (6 oz.): $2.99.

Wednesday meat special:

Organic grass fed ground beef (85 percent lean): $4.49 per pound.

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