Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Aldi South Florida Produce Prices Starting Wednesday June 8th

My kids are thrilled....two more days left of school. Tomorrow is their last day, and they surely cannot wait. I am counting on Aldi to get me through the summer with some fabulous fruit prices, as my eight year old can go through our fruit bowl in a two days.

On Sunday I predicted the following South Florida produce prices: I'm predicting that we will get: Watermelon $2.99, Strawberries $1.49, Red grapes 2 lbs $1.98, Blueberries 10 oz $1.69

I am excited to see that I got the grapes right, and was close on all the other fruits. Aldi just made the deals even better, and our watermelon price in South Florida is definitely the best price I have seen. I think I might pick up two. We have been eating Aldi's watermelon for the past two month or so, and we have not been disappointed even once. 
I always let the watermelon sit 3 - 7 days on the counter before I start cutting, because this means that we get the sweetest, best tasting watermelon possible. When my dad was here, he even declared that we had much better tasting watermelons than in Europe. 

I start out cutting half of it up into small squares, and put it in the freezer. This way it is easy for everyone to grab some whenever they are hungry. Less trouble for them means that the watermelon is gone in no time. We also like to take the cut watermelon with us, when we go to the park, my son loves to bring it to school, and my husband likes to bring the cut watermelon with him, when he is working.

Check out the new produce prices that Aldi in South Florida has this week.

This week's new Aldi produce prices in South Florida Starting 6/8

Watermelon $2.79
Red grapes (2 lbs) $1.89
Blueberries per lb $1.39
Strawberries per package $1.39

You can see the Aldi New Low Prices ad here.
You can see your local Aldi Ad here.

Check out the grocery price comparison, to see where you can find the best prices on the grocery staples.

What produce prices are you the most excited about this week? 
What produce would you like to go on sale?

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