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A recent study conducted by Bravo Deal analyzed the prices of essential items at various grocery stores and found that Aldi offers the cheapest groceries among the dozen stores examined. The study compared prices of items like milk, eggs, bread, soda, cereal, and more to determine which store offered the lowest-priced weekly essentials. Aldi emerged as the most cost-effective option, with an average weekly cost of $43.48. Other stores included in the study were Lidl, Trader Joe’s, Albertsons, Walmart, Target, Kroger, Publix, Whole Foods Market, Sam’s Club, and Costco, each offering varying price points for essential items. Aldi was noted for its affordability, offering competitively priced items such as bread and eggs. Other stores like Lidl, Trader Joe’s, and Albertsons also featured prominently in the ranking, showcasing the diversity in pricing among different grocery retailers.

Aldi has the cheapest groceries in U.S., new study finds | Fort Worth Star-Telegram

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