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Something I’m excited about!

The people at Aldi emailed me last week to tell me about their new line of organic, natural products, and offered to send me a gift certificate so that I could go give them a try.

But I was way too impatient to wait for that to arrive, so I marched myself out to Aldi and bought myself some Simply Nature goodies.

This is veddy fabulous, peoples.

Raw milk organic cheddar cheese?

Organic, fair trade dark chocolate?

At Aldi??

Yes, please.

Organic olive oil, organic spinach, organic tomato sauce, organic butter, organic shredded wheat…all at great Aldi prices.

This is very happy stuff.

(in non-organic news, my Aldi had blackberries this week, and they pair quite nicely with the organic shredded wheat cereal.)

I’m not sure exactly how long Aldi will carry this line, but I do know that when they decide what core products to carry, they consider what is flying off the shelves and what is not.

So, if you’re excited about Aldi carrying organic products and you want to see more of them (I do!), go put some Simply Nature stuff in your cart.


Guess what? Lisey and I have a new recipe up. We kind of took an inadvertent break from her blog over the holidays, but we’re back up and running now!


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Monday 15th of July 2013

Hello Kristen,

I stumbled upon the simply nature brand at Aldi's this past weekend. A delightful surprise to say the least. I tried the Italian chicken sausage. It was a great value and good tasting (I cooked it on the grill).


Jen W.

Monday 21st of January 2013

I just went and bought the new shredded wheats and cheerios yesterday--the former for myself and the latter for my toddler. This morning when I looked more closely I noticed that the box of shredded wheats doesn't say they're organic but the box of cheerios does. I'm more concerned for my daughter than myself so it's okay, but I'm just wondering if your box says organic. Maybe we have different products because of region?


Saturday 19th of January 2013

"Raw-milk cheese is made with milk that is unpasteurized. Since 1949, the US government has forbidden the sale of cheeses made from unpasteurized milk unless the cheese is aged at least 60 days. The 60-day ban is meant to protect consumers from potentially harmful pathogens. After 60 days, the acids and salts in raw-milk cheese naturally prevent listeria, salmonella, and E. coli from growing. " found doing an internet serach

Steph (The Cheapskate Cook)

Wednesday 16th of January 2013

Saw the organics last week too! So. Excited.


Wednesday 16th of January 2013

I don't tend to go to Aldi, but I'll have to stop by and see what they are offering. It would be nice to have a good source for organic foods. Since the sale of raw milk is not legal in Michigan, I don't know if the cheese will be in my store or not. I guess I'll just have to see! :)

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