Aldi doesn’t exactly roll out the red carpet for its customers. Rather, the German supermarket chain embraces its austere roots, foregoing flashy displays, gratis shopping bags, and baggers in favor of thrifty minimalism and rock-bottom prices. And even in the U.S., the quality-to-price ratio is so alluring that it’s become one of the most popular grocery stores in the country.
But some loyal Aldi customers on Reddit have turned against the retailer, claiming that a whole slew of products have gone downhill. We’ve listed the worst of the worst here so that you can avoid these products on your next visit.
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