Aldi may not have the cultural cachet of its sibling Trader Joe's, which Aldi bought in 1979, but the German chain knows how to keep its customers interested. Aldi's owners, Karl and Theo Albrecht, have expanded the chain to more than 1,700 U.S. locations and have made little quirks like a 25-cent cart deposit work for American shoppers who value its low prices above all else. With a constantly rotating array of items, Aldi is bringing in new wares all the time. Here are some low-priced new arrivals worth adding to your list.
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