It is time for a February grocery price list, and I am happy to announce that I have actually seen a couple of price drops this month.
For meat prices check out the Aldi Meat Prices list, where you can compare your own grocery store's sales prices to make sure you get the best price on the meat your family eats.
The South Florida prices are usually a bit higher than the average, but despite any minor grocery price differences, you can usually count on the products still being cheaper, where I have highlighted it. Grocery prices change often, and it is impossible for me to keep updated on all prices at all times, so please use the below grocery price list as a guide.
If you have arrived at an older version of the price comparison list, you can find the newest version at the Aldi Price List.
Last updated on 2/3/2012
Bold: Best Price
The above grocery price comparison list between Aldi, Publix, Target and Walmart was last updated on 2/3/2012. If you need a newer edition go to the Aldi Price Comparison List tab.
You can find a price comparison list between Aldi and Save A Lot here.
The grocery price comparison list is created based on South Florida prices, and you might find regional price differences. South Florida prices are usually a bit higher than in the rest of the country, so you will likely find better prices at your local store.