To: All; napscoordinator; nevermorelenore; UnwashedPeasant; BCW
So I went to Aldi today looking for cereal and discovered they carry a brand called "Millville". The Millville cereal varieties are replicas of big name-brand counterparts. I walked out with five boxes of cereal to try. I poured myself a bowl of Honey Grahams, similar to a General Mills product, just to test the waters. Loved it. Tastes perfect. A bowl of Cocoa Rice showed it too is virtually indistinguishable from the competing Kelloggs version. We are on to something here. Kelloggs and General Mills didn't sell me any product today. So those dollars I did spend won't be used to advocate homosexuality. I can happily recommend Aldi for cereal; and I will explore their other goods as well. Kelloggs won't have any more of my breakfast money.
posted on 11/09/2014 2:03:58 PM PST
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Cereal is great there - Millville is excellent.
Fit & Active is their healthy brand.
I stock up on their can foods for m prep stash as well.
Their Hams and Turkeys for the holidays - plus their deserts, chocolates, and just raw ingredients to make homemade deserts are outstanding.
I also get my almond milk there. To save money without sacrificing quality - this is the place to go.
posted on 11/10/2014 1:44:45 AM PST
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