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Aldi Corporate Office Address

Aldi US
1200 N Kirk Road
Batavia, Illinois 60510

Contact Aldi

Phone Number: (630) 879-8100
Fax Number: (630) 879-8114
Email: Email Aldi

Aldi Facts

Founder: Karl and Theo Albrecht
Date Founded: 1946
Founding Location: Essen, Germany
Number of Employees: 158429

Aldi Executives

CEO: Jason Hart
CFO: Charles E. Youngstrom
COO: David Behm

Aldi History

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Aldi can trace its roots back to Karl and Theo Albrecht’s mother who opened a small store near Essen.  The Albrecht brothers took over the business in 1946.  By 1950, they had 13 stores.

In 1960, the brothers split the chain over an argument on whether they should sell cigarettes at the checkout.  They owned 300 stores at the time.

In 1962, the name Aldi was adopted which is short for Albrecht-Diskount.  aldi 3

The company expanded internationally in the 1970s and 80s.  The first US location was opened in 1976.

In 1993, the Albrecht brothers retired and donated most of their wealth to charitable foundations.

Today, Aldi is one of the largest discount supermarket chains in the world.  There are currently over 9,200 locations worldwide.  1200 of those are US locations.  The company operates as two divisions: Aldi Nord and Aldi Sud. Aldi Sud (South) includes the US.

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In June of 2017, the company stated that it would invest $3.4 billion to expand its U.S. store base to 2,500 locations by 2022. Currently, the company has about 1,600 locations. Aldis has also stated that they intend to spend another $1.3 billion remodeling most of their current stores.

Due to the relatively low staffing of Aldi locations compared to other supermarket chains, the company has a reputation of starting employees out at a significantly higher rate than,  which is unusual among American supermarkets. aldi 2

If you wish to contact the German corporate office

Aldi Einkauf GmbH & Co. oHG Worldwide Headquarters

Eckenbergstrasse 16
Essen, 45307 DEU
Phone: +49-201-8593-0
Fax: +49-201-8593-319

The US corporate office for Aldis is based in Batavia, Illinois. That information is listed below.

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Aldi FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Aldi?
Answer 1: The phone number for Aldi is (630) 879-8100.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Aldi?
Answer 2: The CEO of Aldi is Jason Hart.

Question 3: Who founded Aldi?
Answer 3: Aldi was founded by Karl and Theo Albrecht in 1946.

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Kathy Crutchfield August 15, 2019 at 2:26 pm

I shop the Aldi store in Buena Park, Calif ,.I have tried several times to speak to the store mgr. They are already gone for the day or do not come in for 2 or 3 hours. I did speak to a worker and shift mgr and was assured they would return my call,. that was weeks ago.My complaint is the flour I bought there had bugs after having it only a few days. I took it back to the store and they replaced it and refunded my purchase price ( as is their policy) with a bag of the same lot. So guess what ? Not only did it have bugs it contaminated my entire pantry and I had to throw out dozens of boxes and packages of product. .I took pictures of my lost products and would hope I would be reimbursed for my many, many dollars lost. Wanting to be sure the problem was solved I had a bug service come in to clear my pantry( another cost) Since the store is right around the corner I still buy milk, eggs or frozen items . For everything else I shop elsewhere. Too bad.


SUSAN BLOCK July 27, 2019 at 8:02 pm

My town LOVES Aldi! Could we get more information on where your new Irish Butter is sourced from, please? I put the new addition on our community FB and got some “push back.” Would like to supply more information, out there! Also, I noticed that there are no tweets about the new butter??? Do you need another fabulous sales person, like me!?! 🙂

Waiting, with anticipation, to spread the word!
Sue Block
Monticello, Mn


Nathan Kittrell July 9, 2019 at 10:49 am

Please stop selling garlic from CHINA–it is poison


marie losardo July 4, 2019 at 3:50 pm

I went to shop at your brand new Aldis in Mc Murray Pa. I was disturbed when entering the store, right by the shopping carts were a family with a baby in 90 degree heat holding a sign which read I lost my job and we need money for formula. Now I don’t know who these people were but, their are places for people in need, in our area like the City Mission. Obviously the manager must have given permission for them to be there he should of told them where to go to get the food they claimed they needed. (although no one looked like they were starving) The mother was using the store to go in and out so to get out of the heat. I won’t go back to this store to be made uncomfortable,


Mary Chambers June 22, 2019 at 1:00 pm

Please. I been trying to get some one attention ASAP
My name is
Mary Chambers
It has some kind of plastic stuff /crystal clear
of your prunes
I almost swallowed it


susan ZANATA May 21, 2019 at 2:32 pm

Hello from flushing ny. There is a perfect spot on college point boulevard and pople avenue. It is a closed grocery store that is very high travelled.Its in a large metro area in queens, ny and a store would do very well there. I think you should consider the location. 917 685 XXXX


Lynda May 15, 2019 at 8:01 pm

I am originally from the UK and now living in Canada (sadly) I am having to go into the USA to shop at an Aldi store as we have nothing like this in Canada. I love Aldi products and I love your prices, but not such a good deal when I have to change my Canadian dollar to US dollar. I would like to know if you have any plans to open any stores in Ontario Canada, especially Niagara region. Shopping in Canada is so boring and no choice after shopping in Aldi, never have enjoyed shopping in this country. I await your reply, fingers crossed.


Robert J Farmer April 12, 2019 at 5:16 pm

To the person who is BEST INFORMED as to how I can get an acceptable answer to my request… I found in your ad dated 3-31 to 4-6 a Gardenline ga zebo that I had every intention of purchasing but, unfortunately, was unable to locate at any of the other four Aldi locations close to my home. Here is my request— How can I possibly found out if this item is at all available, when your so-called customer service is miles away? If you could possibly remedy this, I would really appreciate it. Can you find a way of getting this item to me? Thank you for your time.


Sherrie Burkhardt March 26, 2019 at 11:40 am

I am contacting you as a long time ALDI shopper. I love everything about your store, as many of my family and friends also do. I am writing to inform you of a prime location available in Maumee, Ohio that desperately needs an ALDI’s. The location is called Parkway Plaza. There is currently an end (empty) building that would be perfect for locating a ALDI store. Not only is the building itself the perfect size, the plaza has an abundance of parking, as well as very easy access from 3 different directions. One access is directly off the Anthony Wayne Trail aka State Route 25 (SR25). The Anthony Wayne Trail is a heavily traveled route and recently a traffic light was installed at the entrance to Parkway Plaza, right where the prime location for your store would be. You would draw an abundance of shoppers not only from the near by neighborhood, and the tight knit community of Maumee, Ohio, as well as shoppers from the surrounding areas and the daily commuters on the Anthony Wayne Trail. This prime location, with easy access, ample parking at Parkway Plaza, in Maumee, Ohio is also a location where shoppers would feel safe. I beseech you to consider this fabulous location for your next ALDI store.
Sherrie Burkhardt


Norman Austin February 3, 2019 at 1:09 pm

I have to travel 26 + miles to my nearest Aldi Store.
I love shopping at Aldi.
My nearest big grocery store is in Mauston, WI 11 miles away and I hate it!
Festival Foods is the only grocery store in town of Mauston, WI 53944
There is a Bent & Dent thrift store that is ok.
Anjero’s Bowling Alley /Motel is selling and want to bring a truck stop in there.
Owner Jerry Sarizan
Anjeros Sports Bar & Grill
531 Gateway Avenue
Mauston, WI 53948
Phone: (608) 847-4000
It is surrounded by a residential / commercial neighborhood. The town needs a new grocery store.
Shopko came in two years ago, built a new building and is closing.
Please look into opening in Mauston, WI


Teddy Harper October 17, 2018 at 10:01 am

Hello, I am the Mayor of our small town here in Lewisburg, KY. We would love to have one of your stores in our town. The closest one is about 45 miles east of our town. We have a building you might want to use, it is for sale, 12,000 sq.ft. Our town is small, but the community around us is large. I pray you would read this and give us some consideration. Thank you.


Ray October 16, 2018 at 6:29 pm

Had friend apply for job and they told him interview when well and they told him he would not fit in at Aldi. So what’s the sense of applying????


Cheryl A Corbitt September 29, 2018 at 9:05 am

I have been shopping at Aldis for about 5 years, love the products and prices.
BUT when Barissimo French Vanilla Cappuccino came back on the shelves this fall,
it has NO FLAVOR. Just a cup of warm water with slightly coffee, slightly creamer taste.
NO french vanilla taste.
I am VERY disappointed and will not purchase more.


the Martin's September 28, 2018 at 12:16 am

We like your store,But you will not find us at your Mount Vernon store after dark as a family!!! The little ones are scared because the parking lot is DARK. It’s unsafe to be there after the sun goes down!!!! Either the lights need fixed or the store needs to close earlier.


Trish September 15, 2018 at 5:32 am

I lived in Australia for 7 years and loved shopping at Aldi. I returned home to New Zealand and miss Aldi immensely as you are not in NZ yet. I’m curious any plans in the future to come to our beautiful Country.


Dan Dresser August 28, 2018 at 12:52 pm

I would like the CEO to take a close look at the store located in Mount Airy, N.C. It is the worst run store that I have ever seen. Store manager is never in store, District Manager is a total waste. If you complain to the DM, all he does is talk about how his stores are the best in the chain, how he trains all employees and that customers just do not understand how things should be run. After speaking to DM, I asked for the contact info for his boss and was told that he has no way of contacting his Reginal Manager and made up a fake name and hung up on me.


Ben Rodger August 14, 2018 at 4:48 pm

I’m trying to get ahold of Jason Hart or Charles Youngstrom.

I want to show you how to save millions of dollars yearly of money that Aldi has already made. I can show you how to stop throwing it away. Laws have changed and you haven’t been told the truth. Let me show you.


Krzysztof Duszkiewicz September 22, 2018 at 11:57 pm

I live in Stow, Ohio. Very close to the Aldi store. Well, laws must have changed recently, indeed as my country succumbs deeper and deeper into being a police state. I was born and raised in communist Poland. Polish authorities gave me and my pregnant wife “one way passports” back in 1987 and America gave us warm welcome granting “political refugee” status. Reason for booting me out of own country was that I was actively involved in fighting police state. They even put me in prison for that. Communist prison is very special. American prisons are spa resorts as compared to old good commie prisons. Even Alexander Solzhenitsyn wrote that ” people are divided into two separate groups : ones who have been to communist prison and one who have not”. In fact, I wasn’t really “fighting” anyone. I was ridiculing communist state ( = police state) in writing. I was a propagandist. But the “good” one. Because of that now new democratic Poland celebrates me as a hero. I consistently decline to accept any medals of honor and any other privileges from Polish government but they still call me a hero.
Now, to make long one shortie.
Tonight, on my way back from (cat)fishing I stopped by at my local Aldi’s dumpster. It became my habit. Yes . I’ve been dumpster diving ( mainly for food) for many many years here, in America the Beautiful ( and wasteful). Tonight trip was “special” because I was almost instantly apprehended by two police officers and asked if I “had permission ” from business owners to take their trash. Of course I didn’t. Moreover, I was not even going to ask for that kind of “permission”. Especially, than I always leave the place cleaner and tidier, than I find it… Police force employees informed me that if I don’t have “permission” I commit criminal trespassing on top of criminal theft. Well, Aldi’s dumpster is not fenced out . There is not even a sign posted informing potential trash thieves that they’re trespassing and/or stealing ( trash). They have let me go this time and I told them I blushed because of the royal treatment they gave me as a trespasser and trash thief. I also said that I didn’t think I deserved so much parential tolerance and understanding on their part but they still didn’t feel like to handcuff me and take to police station but … I was told that next time I WILL BE ARRESTED. Yes ! When they do it ( next time) I will post from American prison. Hopefully American judical system will label me ” a felon”, which I would love. This way close paralell between ol’ good communism ( also called “real socialism” during ol’ good times when Eastern Europe was sold by Truman and Churchill to be ruled by madman Stalin – a communist….) and The Best and the Greatest Democracy in the World will become for me a nightmare came true…
So, dear friends in corporate ALDI. I’m still not asking you for permission to take your trash and I will continue “trespassing” your unmarked and unfenced dumpster. One night I will be arrested and then both : you and America will be ridiculed. I’ve been there I’ve done it. Beware : I AM the professional in that area.
Krzysztof Duszkiewicz ( google me)


Laina April 6, 2019 at 8:43 am

I support your actions completely. If it’s in the trash, it’s legally up for grabs.


Victoria Postelmans August 2, 2018 at 11:29 am

Hello, Shop Aldi’s often and appreciate the prices and some of the healthier options but I would like to request that the Lifeway Kefir you sell also include the healthier no sugar version as many of us can’t eat sugar or are trying to cut back on it since it’s known to be unhealthy. Thank you for listening and for your response. Mrs. Postelmans


Allan Asbell July 26, 2018 at 11:15 pm

To whom it may concern:
I have been trying for over two weeks to get to someone in Aldi Real Estate.
I have a location in Eastern N.C. begging for a grocery store and will make many concessions to accommodate you. I will even meet with your Real Estate Team and the Grocery Committee to assure this gets done, I am four hours away.
Allan Asbell
336-413-XXXXX mobile


Rosalind Collins June 11, 2018 at 9:28 am

I love your store, but the problem I’m having is your locations do not have enough cashiers. Yesterday, I tried to shop at your Hwy 6 S location in Houston and your Sugar land location, both locations only had 2 employees on the cash register. The lines were so long that customers were actually standing in the aisles. The line went from the cashier to the meat department, I tried shopping but it was impossible because customers were blocking the aisles. So myself and a few other customers left the store because there were not enough employees and it was impossible to shop due to customers standing in the aisle trying to check out.


judy geiger June 3, 2018 at 4:20 pm

Any chance Aldi would ever put stores in the southwest?????


david mcclintock June 6, 2018 at 3:40 pm

coming soon in Buckeye, AZ. Many more stores will open soon as a large distribution center is also slated to open in Goodyear, AZ just next door to Buckeye 🙂


Elizabeth R. May 31, 2018 at 4:00 pm

Due to the recent attention of plastics creating so much pollution in our oceans and land, I would like to suggest that Aldi return to selling fresh Orange Juice in the cardboard containers instead of the plastic ones which started use in the last year. I appreciate that the plastic grocery bags are not given freely but consideration should be given to other packaging too.


Patti L April 12, 2018 at 12:06 pm

I’ve been shopping at Aldi for many years and absolutely love Aldi stores! I love that Aldi keeps up with the ever-changing times,,, and that they carry specialty items such as grass-fed, gluten-free products, etc. I also love that that artificial dyes have been replaced by natural ingredients. The addition of numerous items for the home has been wonderful!

I would like to make a suggestion in regards to adding an Aldi store in the Pittsburgh area. There was a former grocery store in the Fox Chapel Shopping Plaza that closed(zip code 15215), and a new grocery store was supposed to open in that same location, but never did. An Aldi store in that location would be especially welcomed by all of the employees who work at the nearby hospital and clinics, as well as all of those who live in the local communities. Please consider this. Thank you.


Denise St John April 6, 2018 at 7:16 pm

I have 3 Aldi stores in my vicinity, and have had nothing but positive experiences. I’ve noticed price increases since they now take credit cards, but the stores are always clean, well stocked, the employees are efficient and friendly and the lines move with speed. Keep up the good work, Aldi. I live in the Northwest suburbs of Detroit, Michigan.


Blessing March 25, 2018 at 4:48 pm

The Aldi Store in the City of Houston with the location Beechnut@Bissonet at 6751 Bissonet Houston, TX 77074 has a particular elderly Hispanic female manager that terrorizes it female Clients(shoppers) especially if you are another race aside from her and is able to afford to pay for your food.
I have been Racially Profiled, Harassed, Insulted by her specificallayy on numerous occassions and often using to call the Police as an “Intimidation Tactics” on it’s Clients.
I have witnessed her call the Police on one of Aldi Clients but i never thought it will happen to me this day 3/25/2018.
She called the Police on me and told me that i have been Banned from that location for No Reason and that she is the manager and can do whatever she wishes and pleases to do.

Everyone is Scared when they are shopping at this location, especially if you are not from her race or she will instigate her other colleagues to torment you for No Reason, so you can stop shopping there. She will tell you openly to Stop sshopping there or she will call the Police on you.

I believe “Aldi Stores” can do better than this Racist Store manager.


Krzysztof Duszkiewicz September 23, 2018 at 12:04 am



G. Grey March 14, 2018 at 12:02 pm

What has happened to your store in Shaler Twp.???? The current manager (they change frequently as do sales associates) appears very earnest and busy busy but obviously in over their head. I shop there frequently and have noticed an overall decline in the cleanliness (really unacceptable), the stocking of food items (more & more non edible items, e.g. office products, shoes, clothes, etc.), empty shelves (no eggs? really?), leaking half & half cartons with holes in them and going sour way before expiration date as well as vegetable bins haphazardly stocked (witnessed sales associate standing back and throwing heads of cabbage like softballs into bin with an I-don’t-care attitude. JUST A LOW RENT FEEL & LOOK TO THE STORE!
Granted, many folks who shop there are not high society clientele but whether your products are paid for out-of-pocket or with EBT cards, you owe it to them to be the best that you can be. I’ll bet clients at your new store in Naples, FL will not put up with it! Is it me or is it the fact that the current owners/operators of Aldi’s are no longer interested in anything other than the bottom line? Sure seems that way to me. I say, “Bring back the old guard!”
I suggest you spend some money on hiring quality control folks who will monitor your ever growing list of stores on a regular basis. Rarely, if ever, see anyone who appears to be from corporate (you can always tell cause they wear suits and high end apparel and appear very self important). Perhaps you should show up unannounced sometime.
Word of advice. “If you want to mingle with the “haves” don’t ignore the “have not’s” who got you there!
Thank you


Charles Pettigrew February 27, 2018 at 6:44 pm



Susan Segal December 12, 2017 at 1:03 pm

I have been shopping at the Kilburn Aldi since it first opened. I have been told that you will no longer have any wheelie baskets, which will most certainly lose you a lot of shoppers, myself included. The regular baskets are too small and very heavy when full. I hope that we will shortly see stronger wheelie baskets in Aldi.


sheila November 28, 2017 at 11:36 am

I visited Aldi yesterday in Pasadena, MD. When I returned home and read my receipt. I noticed that the last item a holiday print towel for 99 cents, had been added to my bill. I hope this isn’t a common practice of your cashiers. I was not making the 25 minute drive back to the store for this amount. I was thinking if they did this to every customer, that would be a nice profit on your part. Please communicate with your employees on this subject. I’m leery of returning to your store.


Chantel November 26, 2017 at 7:12 am

I shop at the Aldi store #12 in Warner Robins, GA. Everytime I go there is the same young lady at the register, she has to stop her line and go get stock out the back or pull items off shelves. She is always the most helpful and seems to be the only worker there.


Craig Williams October 19, 2017 at 7:04 am

My company, Clear Sight LED Lighting, in the great city of Arlington Texas needs to be involved in revamping the light fixtures in your stores in Texas and Oklahoma! Thank you.


debra m rine October 9, 2017 at 12:00 pm

I have to agree with the other reviews regarding poor customer service. I’d like to expand on that a little. I’ve gotten into the habit of looking toward the check out line before I start shopping. If there are more than 4 or 5 people in line I’ll just walk out because the wait would most likely not be worth it. I’ve shopped there enough times to know that they are very very slow to open a 2nd line if the primary line gets too long. Forget an express lane….If you have 3 or 4 items you’re still stuck behind all the loaded carts and screaming kids. That makes no sense to me….They have the employees, grab that guy stacking bananas and throw him on a register! It’s not going to cost them any more money. It’s not just this store either, I’ve been to many different Aldis and the story is always the same. It’s poor management from the highest levels down to the miserable little man avoiding you in any Aldis in any city take your pick. The one thing that they have going for them are the prices and that is a huge thing for most shoppers, I suppose they think that there is no reason to be pleasant or well stocked or even remotely helpful because everyone wants to save money so we’ll keep coming back.


Lula April 6, 2018 at 5:06 pm

I completely agree with the people here, customer service at all ALDIs is horrible. It’s because of terrible management. They don’t t understand that the could close their stores if customers don’t shop there.


C October 7, 2017 at 5:01 pm

FIRE HAZARD – what’s a person to do to get out – fire marshal please visit them!!!


Bernie Dworski September 20, 2017 at 9:07 am

Aldi is the most disability unfriendly grocery in my area. They provide no battery operated carts. They have a wheelchair designed for short people who have someone to push them around the store. I am 6’1″ tall and when I try to pull the basket down over my legs, it doesn’t work and I have to hold the basket at an angle on my knees which is painful.
They also do not seem to have a customer service telephone number and when I tried to fill out their e mail form, it requires information irrelevant to what I’m trying to communicate.


betty petroff September 17, 2017 at 3:48 pm

I enjoy Aldi”s in Westworth Village near Ridgmar in Ft. Worth ,TX. Our community is a small city named River Oaks, TX 76114. We are in great need of a grocery store in our community. We don’t have a grocery store anymore. We had a Safeway for many years, also a Burrus for many years same location. Then we got Super Save same location they didn’t do well their prices were high and quality was low. That location is now church. So we now have no grocery store. I know ALDI would do well here because your type of store is what many in River Oaks is looking for. Please consider us.


Terry Parrish September 15, 2017 at 5:21 pm

I love Aldi! We need one in central Mississippi in Clinton, MS, Ridgeland, MS, or Madison, MS. Please consider a store in these areas. Thanks!


Eric Longdon September 9, 2017 at 2:32 pm


I visited an Aldi in Providence, RI. Really enjoyed my shopping experience and was amazed at the discount! Also, I liked the selection. I would be interested in shopping online or by email. Is such possible? I live in Tacoma, WA.




Tammy September 2, 2017 at 9:10 pm

I am sending you this email do not know if it’ll do any good or not but I did quit the store in Lexington really not by choice I was told that it was in the best interest that I not go to another store I just had a year-and-a-half left so I can retire the DM in that store did not seem to care about what I had to say she only listen to the training district manager and a shift manager that I was rude and disrespectful and the store manager didn’t care either all I was told was they wanted to get rid of all of the old people to put new people in the store they didn’t care about the customer service that their image was more important then a customer I disagree I didn’t play by the rules and I left the store after almost 16 years of working never being late always worked when I was asked and I lost it all and rumors are being spread about me in the Lexington North Carolina and the Thomasville North Carolina store by the store manager I do not appreciate it my family does not appreciate it and needed to my friends so we’ve all decided that we will not shop at your store again that we can all go to another store with better customer service I enjoyed my job but I don’t enjoy being lied about if this is a way that you run a store and a business I don’t want no part of it and neither does my friends are my family and I’ll let the rest of my friends know as I go along also as for my customers they did not like the fact that I was leaving actually I was told to leave in a roundabout way that I needed to leave so if anyone ask about working for Aldi’s I would not recommend it I hope maybe you can train the managers to be more customer-friendly and more employee-friendly and treat people with respect


debra m rine October 9, 2017 at 12:08 pm

I thought being rude and disrespectful were qualities they looked for in employees you obviously were not rude enough….because then you would have been promoted!


Dianne August 31, 2017 at 7:49 pm

Have been missing the parmesan chips, I am low carb and no sugaring now for over a year and these chips are great and dont break the bank. Hope they return soon along with anything low carb you distribute. The store location is in Rome, Ga Thanks in advance.


Brian Popazivanov August 21, 2017 at 1:07 pm

I purchsed 1 dozen Hot Dog rolls on 8/18/2017. The best by date was 8/25/2017. Today (8/21/2017. 12:45PM) the remaining 5 rolls showed green mold spots. When I went to EXCHANGE them your safe and healthy ones, I was told by by the store manager that she would would this time, but not again, but never again, because this was the second time I was returning food that spoiled before its expiration date. While this is true (I exchanged some rolls under similar cirXXXXstances last month), if that is your official philosophy, you have lost me as a customer.


Rico` August 15, 2017 at 8:35 pm

Please tell me where I can find Berryhill Raspberry Preserves. You use to sell them at all Aldi’s but now there are none. Will you ever stock this item again? Do you know where I might obtain this product?

Thank you,



August Maxwell July 24, 2017 at 3:39 pm

Dear Aldi people, , you JUST opened a store, in Flagler County Florida. The only fresh Organic vegetables/Fruits are, Bananas, by a huge familiar corporation, which I somehow doubt, buys from an organic Farm, I simply dont believe it.

There are a FEW organic products, by your SIMPLY NATURE, but NOWHERE , does it say- NON GMO. That doesnt instill confidence, at all- some, quite a bit, of the packages- are from Chile. Does ALL of Chile use NON GMO or Monsanto sprayed veges & fruits??

I pointed out to your workers, that the sample plastic cups,hundreds of them, they were using to give away samples, were Marked on the bottom- #1, which is HIGHLY RECYCLABLE in Florida. But they threw them away in the garbage. My best friend of 35 years, is from Berlin. Is this how Aldis does business in GERMANY? I would really appreciate an answer to my concerns. Thank you.


Mike Morey July 14, 2017 at 4:26 am

Save them ALDI…


Laura July 7, 2017 at 3:39 pm

I am a devoted Aldi customer! In the winter We have a home in Fl. I shop West Palm, Stuart, and Port St.Lucy, those stores are clean and well stocked. Not so when I return to New York and shop the Riverhead store, 1773 Old Country Rd. Riverhead., NY. Upon entering the store the basket storage area is filthy and piled high with garbage. In the front of the store there may be lovely plants. Never a price on them. You have to ask! One day there was no produce at all. I had to find the manager to ask what happened to all the produce. He curtly answered that the tuck forgot to deliver them . People make mistakes he said, No apology just rude. The price signs are missing, are are thrown in the freezer chests. The whole store is a disaster ! It is not a pleasure to shop there!. I have heard the same complaints form other people I know. You have a lot of supermarket competition in Riverhead. I suggest you have some who is the head of your district come down to the Riverhead store. and get this manager to be a manager. Not someone you have to look for and is rude to customers.! This Aldi is managed badly ! It needs a lot of improvement. Thank you .for your attention to thi serious matter.


Patty Beris June 28, 2017 at 6:34 am

I will be calling today to complain about the food I had from the aldis store in willowick ohio..twice within 5 months I have gotten sick..once landed me in the er in Jan 2017..and now same thing…and I’m missing work because of this…how and where do u store your food before its shipped..I am very unhappy with the store in my’v just lost a customer!!!


cheryl June 20, 2017 at 9:58 pm

hi, i recently went to a hiring event in pittsburgh Pa. now i would like to know what a GED or a high school diploma has anything to do with my work performance ? i am a good hard , reliable worker. i raised three children worked a full time job and helped my husband run our business without a GED or diploma. I have a friend who started working for your company and told me a little about the job and it sounded exactly what i was looking for, then i walk in there and Brian don’t even give me a chance , just oh you don’t have a GED or diploma, you don’t meet the requirements. i work harder than any 20 year old and i make it to work every day. we give our employees a chance in our business , maybe you should start thinking about doing that. Cheryl


Liz August 24, 2017 at 8:56 pm

Give this person a chance. This is the lane of opportunity


Liz August 24, 2017 at 8:57 pm

See I have a degree and can’t spell land


CIRO CAPRIOLI May 31, 2017 at 2:43 pm

I sent a messege about 10 minuts ago about ALDI Pembroke Pines Costumer Service, Some Body reply to my mesage thinking that was a spam , I did not reply , but this is a REAL complain i Just sent to Corporate or Headquater,,,.. Thank You to Listen..


CIRO CAPRIOLI May 31, 2017 at 2:12 pm

Hi, this is to express my opinion about costumer servive at ALDI PEMBROKE PINES FLORIDA 33024, I think Costumer service need to improve more , Because all those Hispanic coming most from CUBA and Central America , They don’t know what is costumer service in the UNITED STATED ( USA ) , because in their country do not exist Costumer service as in the USA , you need to teach them MORE PLEASE…
THANK YOU ….. I HOPE you Headquater in Illinois apply this costumer servive rule here in South Florida….


Melanie J Britton April 23, 2017 at 11:52 am

Dear CEO and Hiring and Operations Managers,
I have been trying to have an interview for employment at ALDI since I moved to Daytona Beach in August of 2014. I first dropped off my resume, cover letter and Aldi application to the location where I regularly shop, 812 N. Nova Road, Daytona Beach, FL 32117. I think it was totally overlooked or thrown away. I’ve had a few bad experiences at that location but mostly good. Last week I went to 2 Aldi hiring recruitment events at 137 Auto Mall Circle, Daytona Beach, FL 32124. These are screening events I understand. My first meeting, April 17th am, was with Teddy and that was good and he was the “face of ALDI” as I like to see and experience. My second event April 22, before 8 am was with Jim, he was coy and acted above me, rude and informed me that this was for a managerial position. I left my cover letter, which states that I am applying for a shift manager to be a manager trainee. I also left my resume and a previously filled out ALDI application.
I am sending the information to the coorperate address in hopes that I will be considered for a manager in trainee position any where from Daytona Beach to St. Augustine close to the beach.
I am very qualified for the position and had my first general manager position in 1984.
I hope to help make the ALDI experience for everyone like their Publix experience. I am a great fan of all the ALDI principles, especially those using the recycle and green avenues to keep prices low.
I am sending all doXXXXents via USPS to ALDI US,1200 N. Kirk Road, Batavia, IL 60510

Thank you for your time,
Melanie J. Britton

Daytona Beach, FL 32118

melaniejbritton at


paul March 16, 2017 at 1:00 pm

I would like to know the function of the Employees at the Neptune N.J. Store. every time I go to this store i am disappointed.
From long waiting lines, to products not on Shelvs, mismarked or not priced marked at all.
However today March 16 2017, at 10am I go into the Store and find it half empty. I was told that they
where cleaned out before the Storm 3 days ago. I asked about a few items that i always
Purchase and was told, the” Warehouse has not sent that item to use for a while”. It is not a seasonal
item. What are your employees doing???And Where are they.1 in the front and 3in the back??? OK FINE.
So I asked a Friend of mine to take me to the Long Branch ALDI Store. And what do i see, fully stocked.
Every item that i was locking for they had.
It is a BIG inconvenience for me to go all the way to the Long Branch Store.
I do all i Shopping local. And 90% at your Neptune Store if they have there inventory on the F-ING
Please look into that store of operation becauce someone is sting on there A**.
I am a loyal ALDI shopper for many years, but this is getting NUTS.


fausto palermo March 6, 2017 at 5:13 pm

i lived in uk for over 45 years and i was a regular shopper at Aldi , not ever any problems, the beefburgers excellent , good.\

I recently moved to Spain and the same beefburgers are revolting, disgusting rubbish, full of salt, unable to eat. Not even i will give to a dog.

why such a difference in quality ? why so much salt in Spain !!!

those burger makes me puke. I will soon have them tasted for salt content and post on the media so all europe will know .


Patricia Steinke February 26, 2017 at 5:08 pm

I am a faithful Aldi’s customer,I love your store. I am moving to Denver and I am sad to say that there aren’t any aldi supermarkets in the state. Can that be changed? I know my sister lives in Virginia Beach Virginia and she recently had gotten an aldi supermarket there. And she is very pleased and happy. Anything is possible.


Arlene V January 24, 2017 at 3:07 am


I will NEVER do business with ALDI again.I always spend hundreds here weekly . Encountered a extremely rude cashier!
*Manager was no help*

1 No hello
2 she kept rolling her eyes
3 she was slamming/throwing my items
4 merchandise was damaged
5 she raised her voice & caused a scene
6 tugged shopping cart out of my hands

I’ve recently made my LAST PURCHASE with ALDI due to a very UNPROFESSIONAL cashier
I purchase 3 shopping carts full of merchandise many items were damage due to Vira’s unprofessional behavior she needs to be retrained or relocated urgently

Named: Vira. cashier #18
01/22/2017 At 4:02pm
12630 Day Street, Moreno Valley ,CA


August Maxwell July 24, 2017 at 3:47 pm

Gee Arlene, I would have just found the Manager, and talked to him/ her about how you felt you were treated. My friend’s daughter is the Manager now, of Dollar Tree, in Palm Coast and trust me, she only knows what she sees, or is made aware of. I think that goes for any store. Your beef isnt with Aldis, its with an employee, and that type of thing, is easily taken care of, as there are many people who would like to have her job. Maybe she should be working elsewhere. But, you cant fix, what you dont have the courage to tell the manager about, so just DO that, its very easy. Sincerely, Ms. August


Fred Hoffmann January 7, 2017 at 6:47 pm

Jan 7, 2017 Cashier Christine gave me my change and one of the bills had 1/4 torn off. I asked her for another bill and she called a manager. The manager said o.k. Christine the cashier insisted that she did not give me that bill and refused to change it. This store was in Daytona Beach, FL. Nice way to treat (lose) customers.


D.Wullschleger December 27, 2016 at 1:22 pm

We are long time client in Switzerland/Germany and French and now in Springfield – VA/USA! I am a butter lover and I try your “Countryside Creamery / Taste like Butter!” and let me tell you , this product is much better like the “original” from an other brand!!!!!! Your selection is correct and enough for the daily necessary and the price is good.
I buy also a small scale for 9.90$ and this is the best investment for this price! I bake a lot , and this scale is small , flat and very precise
Continue like this ALDI you are a great store.
Happy new year


Dan Fillinger December 19, 2016 at 7:19 pm

Case #384169 for Complaint


I am a long time customer of Ald. I purchased a box of Cattlemen’s Ranch Black Angus Roasted Garlic Beef Patties and was very disappointed for the first time, with my experience.The case number above was given me when I contacted the customer service department. Kathy from Birchwood Foods contacted me through the phone and told me she would send me an overnight Fedex package to send the piece of bone back to them to have it analyzed in their research labs. I have complied with her request and have received NO LAB RESULTS to date, even though it’s not necessary for my confirmation of the facts. According to your “Mission Statement” Aldi is committed to bringing their customers the highest quality products. I am writing you specifically instead of going on various social media platforms and showing my displeasure with pictures and negative complaints against Aldi. I am not a suit happy person, but I believe in matters like this compensation in some forms is appropriate. My experience of biting into a Cattleman’s Ranch burger and hitting a bone with my tooth, was an uncomfortable and unpleasant experience. I sincerely hope that no legal action is necessary for any compensation due to this horrible experience.

Contact Info: dfillinger2011 at or 440-439-XXXXX


Dan Fillinger December 22, 2016 at 2:18 pm

Case #384169 for Complaint


I am a long time customer of Ald. I purchased a box of Cattlemen’s Ranch Black Angus Roasted Garlic Beef Patties and was very disappointed for the first time, with my experience.The case number above was given me when I contacted the customer service department. Kathy from Birchwood Foods contacted me through the phone and told me she would send me an overnight Fedex package to send the piece of bone back to them to have it analyzed in their research labs. I have complied with her request and have received NO LAB RESULTS to date, even though it’s not necessary for my confirmation of the facts. According to your “Mission Statement” Aldi is committed to bringing their customers the highest quality products. I am writing you specifically instead of going on various social media platforms and showing my displeasure with pictures and negative complaints against Aldi. I am not a suit happy person, but I believe in matters like this compensation in some forms is appropriate. My experience of biting into a Cattleman’s Ranch burger and hitting a bone with my tooth, was an uncomfortable and unpleasant experience. I sincerely hope that no legal action is necessary for any compensation due to this horrible experience.

Contact Info: dfillinger2011 at or 440-439-XXXXX


debra m rine October 9, 2017 at 12:15 pm

Good luck with that one buddy….Read the reviews…..Aldis does not care.


james bean October 2, 2016 at 9:12 pm

Would love to see more in arkansas in russellville an clarksbille area no much of a choice down here but love aldis in springdale bug to far to drive


Shonnetta July 5, 2016 at 2:51 pm

I was in the store on prosperity church road in charlotte on July 5 2016 around 230pm. I got in line at the 2nd register. The cashier was ringing someone up,I placed my iteams on the belt. She yells out she can get u on the first register, but my items were already on the belt, I was not about to take my items off the belt to go to another register especially since she only had a few more items to ring then she would have been on my groceries. So because I didn’t move my items she took her closed sign and threw it in front of my groceries. I asked her did she want me to place this behind my stuff, she said yeah… (YES is a little more professional since this is Aldi). Anyways I get to the register, she didn’t greet me. She told me my total, I said how are you and I receive no response, I paid, she gave me my receipt and proceeded to get up from the register. I said thank you Carol, (still no response) ur supposed to say thank you Carol, I could be ur mystery shopper. And I left. NOW I know that is not the Aldi standard. The visit over all was pleasant til I got to checkout. I don’t know if she was in a hurry to get off or having a bad day or because she wanted me to go to another register and I stayed at hers but what she did today is not Aldi standard, regardless of what she had going on, I deserve the same professional treatment as anyone else.


debra m rine October 9, 2017 at 12:17 pm

Unfortunately I think that is the “Aldi Standard”


Virginia June 16, 2016 at 10:34 am

Hi everyone I have been employed by Aldi’s since the store has open in my city since 2016 , I have been unhappy since I have been empolyed with this company. I am the type of person that likes to go to work and do my work in peace and not have a lot of gossiping going on. There is one manager that has a tendency to talk about my race everytime that I am schedule to work, I feel very uncomfortable saying anything to anyone because I am the only one of my race that works at this store. The manger has actually come up to me and ask me was I mixed with some other nationality I didn’t know what to say I was shoke that a manager could question a employee on their race. Since the store has open I have been on time since I have been empolyed me and other associates wait outside every morning for this manager to come racing into the parking lot because she is late every time she opens the store which makes up late as well she will no allow up to clock in until she clocks in first. We have work from 5am until 6pm without a break and no one questions her why we can’t have a break if we work over 6 hours. I was told by my uncle who is a attorney to record the conversations that this manager is having in the break room about the other race, which I have on my cell phone. I was also told to take pics of my time card that indicatied that I was not given my breaks when I work 5am-6pm which I have done. I wanted to post the conversation of this manager on social media and contact my local news sation but my uncle advise me not to at this time until I hear something back from corporate. I was hoping to work at this company to pay for my nursing school but I see I need to move on and not be unhappy due to this one manager.



Unknown employee November 28, 2016 at 12:25 pm

I wish to remain unknown incase i get fired for posting this until i find me another job. Im currently an full time employee at Aldi in houston, tx. Almeda genoa location to be exact! Since we don’t have a permanent store manager, our district manager, Leah plays both role (store manager and DM). She is awfully rude and unconsiderate! She’s not friendly and she is very sarcastic in everything she says and so unprofessional since she IS district manager. I’ve been employed with the company for some time and I think it’s time for me to find a better opportunity. The management team suck and doesn’t communicate well with one another so they can let the sale associate know what’s going on. Everytime we hire new people another team member quits. I feel like we be so stressed out with training the new people (which is NOT! the cashiers responsiblilities) and everything else that’s goes on in the store. And the management team takes their anger out on other people when they are confronted by the DM about something. I used to love coming to work. Now it’s just another day at work that I can’t wait to past me by.


August Maxwell July 24, 2017 at 3:58 pm

I think you should send a private email to the head Regional store, naming names & giving the store number, or CALL them. Thats what I would do.Thats what I do as a customer, the Dollar Store where I live became filthy when a very young set of employes took over. I talked to the manager, I talked to the employees & told them, it looked disgusting, and even though, it may not be fair for them to have to do floor maintenance, it WAS part of the job.Then twice, I called & talked to the head of the head office in my region. It now looks much better, and I compliment the people who are working there now, because good work, deserves Good spoken feedback from the customer TOO.


Sherri April 3, 2016 at 6:15 pm

Aldi, who hires your managers and employees. Your Managers are rude, store full of ruthless thugs. The managers are basically the leaders, leading employees to bullies to the disabled, elderly, etc. without consequence, looking for a better store, I don’t mind paying for good customer service!


Lynn April 7, 2016 at 10:20 am

In our area, we have wonderful managers and employees. No problem with customer service.


Jessica May 8, 2016 at 9:51 pm

We have 2 stores in our area, I love shopping at Aldi’s. I have never seen or heard of any of our managers being rude or “ruthless thugs”. All of the managers have been absolutely helpful and have gone above and beyond to make sure we were taken care of.


Virginia June 16, 2016 at 10:37 am

Don’t come to the store in Lynchburg,VA


August Maxwell July 24, 2017 at 4:00 pm

Sherri, ask for the phone number to the Head Regional Store, keep calling, until you are heard. As a customer, you have some power, if you ask, they have to give you the phone number, use it.


Timber-Gray Draper February 1, 2016 at 11:17 am

Why do you not support Paralympics??? You openly advertise you help Olympians but not Paralympics!! Until you do I will be posting and bloc!ing entrances and hanging signs to this effect, I’m handicapped and have lots of handicapped friends.
We will never shop at this store again and this will spread, it’s a tragedy to think a company is so single minded as not to support ALL Olympians not just those who aren’t handicapped!!!


Cam Brown December 10, 2015 at 6:10 pm

Called about a serious complaint twice, regarding the workplace was told that I would be referred to the dm or director of operations, still waiting for that call. The leadership of Aldis, including management is unacceptable.


DMarie December 23, 2015 at 7:25 pm

Cam, I’ve witnessed mistreatment of employees at the store and terrible customer service. When an employee comments on a mangers mistreatment, you know it’s bad. Sadly, we have first hand experience of workplace discrimination and the DM is now involved as well. Too many people have quite and or were threatened to be fired, which is harassment. There is strength in numbers. Please feel free to contact me regarding your experience. By the way, we are spreading the word in our circle of influence and letting the community know what is happening in the workplace and why they are having a difficult time keeping good employees. Good luck to you.


Ginger November 30, 2015 at 9:21 pm

I shop at the aldi store in Andrian MI and wish you would carry more gluten free products. I buy the gluten free bagels and several other gluten free items at another store.


Gabe Key November 30, 2015 at 9:03 am

Went to return a item that I bought last night. Turned out to be the wrong item decided to take it back today. Walked in with the item under my arm while talking to the phone. Walked all the way around. Waited my turn in line, get to the cashier and she says you can return it because u stolen it. No I have a receipt for the item, I would like a refund. Manager Joe was called and I explain the issue. I was told to leave the store. I called the police (they watched the video of the door only) and said that it doesn’t should the item in your hand so I was never given a refund nor the item back. Police advise to take to small claims court. But if I stole it why wasn’t I arrested. Why should I have to sue for my money back for something that I bought.


Sammy Sheppard November 10, 2015 at 7:59 pm

Here’s a Suggestion ,why not sale bulk bags of you Cereal my wife n I buy it all the time the trouble is we have grand kids n when they come over bingo a whole box of cereal gone try it you might like it,all good better the going to the or her stores n paying 4.00 a box.


Teena Finton October 21, 2015 at 9:14 pm

All that I ask is that you look over my app and personal letter that I gave to St. John Indiana store and give me a interview please . I really want and need a job with your company.. I am 57 yrs old but I am very much a hard worked and dependable please give me a chance to prove it to you. I am currently working and in the last 8 mo. I only called off one time due to being sick, never been late either. Please PLEASE my cell is 219 765-XXXXX Thank You Teena Finton


Aldi employees July 29, 2015 at 11:56 am

I am writing on behalf of myself and several employees who is concerned for their/my safety at this warehouse and the unsafe and unfair practices that is being done. On July 4, the warehouse was opened for 4th of July and they had a worker named Natalie Williams come into work, She was very drunk and she was very belligerent with co-workers and proceeded to bite another employee on the butt. I have the proof of this happening from the employee who was bit. A staff member (Stephanie Cox) who reported this to the office was later fired and the reasoning for this was because she allegedly hit a tugger on purpose 2 years ago. she was fired for being a safety hazard. Stephanie also had never been wrote up and never had any issues. but They let this girl Natalie back to work. AFTER she showed up drunk, put everyone at risk and physically assaulted a staff member by biting her. And they do not consider THIS a safety hazard??? Several employees and I are ready to have someone come in and privately interview and investigate this matter but we do not know who to contact for this. There are several issues that need to be addressed. Jake Walker who runs this place and Paula Roberts cooler supervisor who let a known drunk who assaults people by biting them both let this Natalie back to work are putting us at risk. Natalie has also been known to drive thru warehouse yelling black power and supervisors are aware of this and still does nothing. No one at this place is taking safety into consideration. This is going on at the warehouse on 475 pearl drive in st. peters mo 63376 NOTHING is being done and the workers in the cooler freezer are being subjected to a hostile workplace.


Bailey January 27, 2016 at 10:57 am

The answer you’re looking for’ LEAVE!

Noone should be working in a hostile enviroment. Sorry this is happening but your best option is simply find another job.


S. Zafr June 10, 2015 at 1:17 pm

Although many times in the past, I have experienced racial discrimination and other unprofessional practices in Aldi stores, especially when it comes to store # 25 in Carol Stream Illinois where I go most of the time, but this time it happened more openly and loudly and the cashier ‘Rene’ from same store (store # 25 in Carol Stream IL) challenged me to report any where against her including making complaint to Aldi HQ. Yesterday, around 4:45 PM, we were waiting in open line to check out. (another line had a closed sign but cashier was still finishing with her last customer). We were (me and wife) the last customer in this only open line, when I heard the cashier from other closed line to come to her. I was about to change the line (nobody was behind us and the customer ahead of me had already put her stuff on rolling machine). The same cashier who wanted to take more customers from closed line specifically pointed her finger towards one white female customer ahead of me in my line and also verbally asked her to come to her register. It was ok for us because anybody who is ahead of anybody should be served first, but the lady who was ahead of me seemed quite sensible and civilized, she replied “I am ok here” But unfortunately, this was not the case of courtesy and professionalism of other cashier who had a “closed” sign. Any way, when I changed the line and went to the cashier who had a closed sign, I asked her that why she had to pick and choose the customer? She laughed arrogantly and rudely replied “you are wrong” I asked her if I am wrong, why she picked a specific kind of customer from in-between line? She again arrogantly replied the same and denied any wrong doing. Now, let me explain truly what we heard, witnessed and experienced: We (me and my wife) were the last customer in the line we were before. There were three customer ahead of us in that line. First customer was almost done, and I did not pay any attention to her/his race or color, because it is neither civilized nor lawful to see or judge people on the basis of their color, race or religion, the second customer in that line who was little closer to us, to best of my recollection was a colored one (may be Indian or of some other descent). I am not trying to play a race card or intend to insult anybody’s race or color here, I respect all human beings, but in order to explain the exact situation we were in, I have to truly write what we saw, heard and experienced). The last customer ahead of us was a white lady (who was directly picked/chosen to be helped, but she refused to change the line and said “I am ok here). Now. I let readers decide what was wrong and why? Here is my question to that Aldi store manger and higher executives of Aldi Corporation:

1. If a cashier has to close a line and put closure sign, why he/she is at the liberty to continue taking customers, especially when there is no big rush or lot of people waiting in other line?

2. If suppose the cashier who had a closure sign is highly professional and courteous and thinks that he/she should continue serving the customers for a while in order to assist customers and his/her co worker at other counter, why she/he has to pick and choose her own kind of customer from in between line?

My comment: First of all, the store mangers and the cashiers must be properly trained and free of personal/racial thoughts and practices at work. Secondly, the store mangers and cashiers must know what are the busy and slow hours at their store and they must have enough cashiers all the time. In the above mentioned case, it is not only racial in my opinion but also, I found the cashier unprofessional and incompetent. It is store manger’s responsibility to make sure that the cashiers are fully trained, educated enough, must have good back ground, keep an eye what is happening in the store and must be available all the time in case a customer has any complaint or concern and if a cashier is closing, he/she must close only when another cashier is waiting to replacing him/her or wait till the rush is over in the store. Putting “closed” sign and continuing picking customer as per choice is nothing but a racial practice. I have experienced this many time before in the same store, and not only this, those who enjoy discriminating with certain kind of customers, also treat them like trash or second grade citizen. They laugh at them and even challenge them to make a complaint. I strongly believe, it starts from top to bottom. It reflects what the owners and its executive want to maintain. That is why most employees of ALDI are of one kind. Even in diverse areas they hire mostly one kind of people or one preferred minority. Certain minorities are rarely hired by Aldi. It is shame and it is unlawful. spea****


Aldi employees July 29, 2015 at 12:22 pm

am writing on behalf of myself and several employees who is concerned for their/my safety at this warehouse and the unsafe and unfair practices that is being done. On July 4, the warehouse was opened for 4th of July and they had a worker named Natalie Williams come into work, She was very drunk and she was very belligerent with co-workers and proceeded to grab a employee sabrina luckett on the butt and said it felt like a cheesburger and then bite her on her butt. I have the proof of this happening from the employee who was bit with text messages from the employee it happened to. A staff member who reported this to the office (stephanie cox) was later fired and the reasoning for this was because she allegedly hit a tugger on purpose 2 years ago. but They let this girl Natalie back to work. AFTER she showed up drunk, put everyone at risk and physically assaulted a staff member by biting her. And they do not consider THIS a safety hazard??? Two supervisors Debi Arehns and Rob Jefferies were there that day and saw what was going on and sent her home. NO sobriety test was done. Several employees and I are ready to have someone come in and privately interview and investigate this matter but we do not know who to contact for this. There are several issues that need to be addressed. Jake Walker who runs this place and Paula Roberts cooler supervisor who let a known drunk who assaults people by biting them both let this Natalie back to work are putting us at risk. Natalie has also been known to drive thru warehouse yelling black power and when it was addressed by an employee who has a mixed son and a black husband SHE was wrote up for being racist.We also have a line lift driver who is known for being a pot head has hit SEVERAL employees with forklifts and nothing is being done about this. One person she hit was out on work comp for it and Michelle tinsley, the driver was never drug tested. Another employee Mary Jacobs had been addressing safety issues was also later fired for a false reason. Retaliation for standing up for yourself in this place resuls in termination. This is going on at the warehouse on 475 pearl drive in st. peters mo 63376 NOTHING is being done and the workers in the cooler freezer are being subjected to a hostile workplace.


Jennifer Voisinet May 30, 2015 at 12:04 pm

I was just in your sidney Ohio store and tried to buy 100pds of red potatos your manager Haley refused to sale them to me because she needed her display to look nice. I’m was under the the impression you food was for sale not for looks. When I told her I wanted corporates number she gave me the wrong number. Is this the way all your stores behave


pam jackson May 22, 2015 at 8:18 pm

Why is it that when I go into your stores .. there are never enough cashiers.. you need to ask a question cant find any one.. Ask for a manager ..never there. I shop Pierson rd Flint and Burton.. they are so short handed.. I see them working their butts off.. and to only see 2 people in the store.. Ive seen people stealing .. more on the floor less stealing.. just saying!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Matthew May 13, 2015 at 4:18 am

Tonight I came home to find Whitehall OH store employees Matt (store manager) and my girlfriend Sarah Martin in bed together. The two of them have been opening the store alone for 6+ months and it wouldn’t surprise me if this has been happening on the premesis. I am disgusted that Aldi would allow this inappropriate and unprofessional employer/employee relationship. I am expecting action to be taken including one or both of the employees removal from the Whitehall OH store if not the Aldi corporation entirely. Unacceptable. I am awaiting a response to this situation.


Matthew May 14, 2015 at 10:30 am

Still no response


Ron May 31, 2015 at 5:50 pm

Dude, it is not the “Aldi Company’s fault” that your girlfriend is a Slut. Drop that XXXXXX like a Hot Potato and find a Good Girl. Life goes on and Don’t Forget….There are over 7 BILLION PEOPLE on this Planet, You WILL FIND ANOTHER. Trust Me .!!!


Phil Trammell March 31, 2015 at 11:36 pm

I have been a customer of Aldi for many years Seneca, South Carolina. Does Aldi have any store policy for employees and customers that involves Sharia Law and halah certification. Thank you in advance for your time and interest to reply. Sincerely, Phil Trammell


Random July 7, 2015 at 1:36 pm

Soory, just curious…what on EARTH do you mean by that?


nathan March 21, 2015 at 10:32 pm

I was at Aldi’s on East Washington Street in Indianapolis store 78# I went to that store to get three items although it was at 7:50 pm the security guard follow me wherever I went and said to me we are now closed you have to leave ! I continue gathering my last two items the security guard was still following me si was going to steal something..he told me I am inconsiderate of other people going home n**** I didn’t believe what I heard he called me that n**** word I tell the manager where can I find your rice he show me exactly where to find it the manager the security guard was on me..he just kept on mountain off to me.the security guard is a old 60 or 70 year old man who do not like black people that’s what I have gathered I am trying to contact the corporate office to complain about this security guard!..I tell you right now I would never ever go back to that again!..if Iwon’t get into trouble I would have turned around and punch that security guard right in his mouth for calling me a n***** the security guard is a white man I truly would never go back to the rd again…….


Bonnie Welch March 15, 2015 at 10:02 am

Dear Mr. Youngstrom,
I absolutely love Aldi . I just moved from clear view Florida. There are no Aldi’s !!! We are near military bases and30 minutes from the beaches. You would not believe the prices of groceries here. The poor military families are being gouged to excess, not to mention the entire pop. We were so upset when we found no Aldi here. Boy, would I love it af wal mart , Winn Dixie and Publix could be put in their place. Please consider an Aldi’s in Clearwater, or Pensacola. I would drive an hour to shop there. Seriously, these people are struggling enough. Please , please. Thank you, Bonnie Welch


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kathy scimeca February 18, 2015 at 8:51 am

I sent in a resume, however, I could not figure out Lauren Quick’s email address to send my Cover Letter. I am sorry.

Ms. Lauren Quick
ALDI Corporate
*** Kirk Road
Batavia, IL. 60510

February 16, 2015

My name is Kathy Scimeca. I’m writing you to express my interest in the IT Support – level 1 position. My professional experience at AT&T as an Information Technology Support Engineer and Information Technology Computer Systems Analyst makes me an excellent candidate for this position.

All of my experience at AT&T was support and customer service. I was in management most of my career. My retail experience was working for Carsons Department Store for 6 months, some time ago. Although, due to the nature of the Centrex system, I did recommend customers to upgrade or buy additional lines and/or features.

As an IT Support Engineer, at a technical support desk, I received calls from AT&T customers across the United States, internal and external customers and vendors. I answered hardware/software issues regarding the an AT&T system called Centrex. For process improvements I submitted customer change requests. I trained various end-users from peers to customers.

In 2008, alone, I completed 238 hours of additional training to become more proficient at my position as an Information Technology Computer Systems Analyst.

I would appreciate an opportunity to interview with you or one of your staff to further discuss employment opportunities at ALDI. If someone would like to schedule an interview with me, please have them contact me on 847-207-**** or send me an email. I have a rule when I am working to not answer my cell phone, it remains on silent and then at my earliest convenience, I will return any calls. I would be delighted to work for ALDI.

Kathy Scimeca


Mike Oré January 7, 2015 at 7:46 pm

Greetings Aldi’s Management,

Today I had the absolute most embarrassing and humiliating time at your location in Pembroke Pines, Florida.
I got to your store at roughly 3:30PM on 01/07/2014 Wednesday. All was good until I reached the checkout area. This is where the nightmare began. Me and my wife where in line at register #2 and after waiting approximately 10 minutes the cashier (Nerla) got off her stool and advised the entire lane that we should move to register #5 since that was now open. Me and my wife went as instructed to register #5 along with 3 other customers. We were the first in line so I was glad that we moved or I thought. After waiting 10 more minutes and no one showing up and the customers behind me at register #5 beginning to abandon the new line. I walked back over to register #2 where the cashier (Nerla) was at and politely asked her, “Excuse me ma’am; you had me and my wife move over to register #5 and no one is there. She looked at me with contempt and replied, “What’s wrong with you, You don’t hear me ringing the bell; she’ll be right there.!” After that remark I held my own since I noticed she was pregnant and did not want to upset her even if her response was less than professional and appropriate. I walked away since I did not want any more backlash from this cashier. The customers in that line even looked at me in dismay as to what was happening. I returned to the line at register #5 when finally seeing that the cashier that I was waiting to tend to that register #5 was outside of the building on her cellphone and another young lady went to get her to what I thought was to take care of register #5. Well this young lady came over to the register took out her cash drawer and walked into the front office saying; “I’m on break” and leaving us still in the same line. The young lady that went to get that cashier then came over to me and my wife and said, “You can start emptying out your cart now someone will be here in a second.” So again I did as I was instructed and unloaded my groceries. Now 20 minutes had passed and still no cashier and now all my groceries were on the conveyor belt to be checked out. By now the customers that were behind me had been replenished by 3 new customers that made a line behind me hearing that the young lady instructed me to unload my cart. After waiting another 10 minutes and looking around the front of the store for the manager and no where to be found. Another manager came to the register (Ernest). He only said that it would be a few more minutes since he couldn’t log in to the register with his password. He walked away and again believe it or not me and my wife were again in limbo. I had the customers behind me asking what happened and I just looked at them and shrugged my shoulders in disbelief myself. Now 30 minutes had elapsed and I finally saw the store manager (Otto) restocking merchandise in the 5th aisle so I darted to get him to assist. After I quickly explained the lack of urgency at the front of the store, he said: “I’ll be right there” and you know what; he never came to aid not even check into what had happened. By the time I got back to the line where my wife was still standing with our groceries, we were the only customers waiting in an empty line with our groceries on the conveyor belt. The cashier at register #2 (Nerla) that had originally told us and other customers to go to register #5 turned around to look at us still at register #5 and just smirked at us as if to say, not my problem or fault on what was going on.
At this point my wife just basically said we should just leave and that’s when the other manager (Ernest) came back and opened the register and started to finally check us out. I asked (Ernest) why did this happen and he replied; “I’m the manager and if you have any issues then you should direct them to me”. I looked at him very puzzled since he was one of the reasons we were still in line for now 40 minutes. Apparently a mass confusion on who was going to tend to register #5 and the lack of leadership of management to take responsibility for the lack of customer service at the front of the store.
The store manager (Otto) which I attempted to ask for aid and never showed up to the front of the store was still stocking merchandise and in my experience in Retail; while it is important to lead by example, you don’t send out the most valuable Primary player to do the labor work of what a secondary or trishiery employee could also do. The responsibility of a store manager is to delegate his authority and take care of the overall store experience. His lack of proper management is another reason why this visit fell apart. The abrasive way I was spoken to by the cashier (Nerla) was extremely unacceptable. The young lady that instructed me to unload my groceries (didn’t get her name) came up to me while I was bagging my groceries and I asked her for the name of the cashier at register #2 and she responded, “Did something happen?” I just looked her and replied, “You were here, you know what happened”. She smiled and just walked away. Finally the lack of proper communication and fundamental leadership from the other manager (Ernest) was the straw that broke the camel’s back.

I shop here every week and spend an average of $125,00 every week. I’ve included my cash register receipt as proof of not only what I purchased but the time stamp to when I finally left the store. While I truly believe that Aldi’s would survive without my weekly shopping list. I also have to believe that if this happens to a few customers then the word would spread and then upper management would now be looking for answers.

By the time me and my wife were in our vehicle heading for home which we didn’t want to get stuck in traffic that’s why we came in to Aldi’s in the early afternoon versus late afternoon or evening. It is now 7:31PM, after getting caught in the east to west traffic of almost an hour. My frozen groceries are mush and my poultry and other groceries have leaked all over the trunk of my vehicle. I had to throw away almost a ¼ of my groceries away. Now that in itself is ridiculous.

After typing this long synopsis of what has occurred here today I expect an upper management response to this situation within 24 hours or the latest 48 hours of sending this message.

Govern Yourselves Accordingly,

Mike R. Oré


Michael Swider January 14, 2015 at 11:39 am

Dear Mike- I was thinking about applying to this company for a job.. Not thinking I want this typical approach of MINDLESS Customer Service. TRY AS I Might- This “Grocery” shopping you experienced with your wife is totally unacceptable, in my opinion!


Kata January 22, 2015 at 8:12 am

I don’t think they read these comments as this is not an ALDI website.


ja bos January 29, 2015 at 4:11 pm

I pray that Aldi’s consider coming to Austin Texas….thanks in advance


kristy January 15, 2016 at 9:53 pm

Dear mike. I just would like to apologize for the treatment you received at aldi. I am an aldi employee, i do not work in your state but ny aldi. And reading this really upsets me. I have worked this company for over five years and for the most part it is a good company. I know for a fact that would not have happened in my store because we are ontop of customer service.i am embarrassed that you and your wife were treated like that. Unfortunately some stores do not have good management or employees. I to was on here to ask about an issue that i had gone thru at another aldi that was not okay. I do hope corporate contact you if not you should call that aldi and ask for the number of the district manager . You have the right to have that number as a customer. Once again i am very sorry you had to go thru that situation with unprofessional management and employees. please dont hold all aldi responsible for the lack of professionalism you received from that store. And i want to thank you for shopping at aldi. Its the costumers that keep the store going. Kristy


Nancy Smith November 24, 2014 at 10:38 am

I went into the store before around 11am after church yesterday and was helped by a African American cashier that I never seen before at the Plano K Ave store. I later had to bring my mother back to shop at 7pm and the same cashier was there and checked us out she was just as pleasant And cordial as she was with me earlier. My mother did not like going to Aldis because she thinks the customer service is lousy and the cashiers are rude but she was thoroughly impressed with the new cashier and wants to go back now. Thank you Aldi for finally hiring a decent cashier who doesn’t throw my mothers groceries in the cart.


commentor January 7, 2015 at 2:18 am

Did you have to mention that the cashier was African American? Why not just say that you had a great experience with a cashier?


Ken January 14, 2015 at 11:03 am

You know its not a stinking crime to say someone is African American or Asian or even Caucasian. The person was only trying to point out who helped her twice in one day and point out how nice her experience was in both occasions and just wanted to make sure the correct person got the proper credit for it. What should be a crime is some idiot continuously pointing out how someone else is just trying to be polite and leave a positive comment. Political correctness is getting to be too extreme for most people anymore. Get over yourself, we are all different, nothing rude was said except by you.


Hugh Wunderly November 23, 2014 at 2:34 am

We have shopped at Aldi since 1992. It is affordable, efficient, and the product line has kept increasing. You can enjoy products from Europe at an affordable price too. Keep up the good work.


Catherine Barile October 20, 2014 at 7:41 pm

I love Aldi and have never had a one complaint until recently. I’ve been shopping at Aldi
for quite awhile now, I live in Saratoga Springs, NY. And I shop at the Aldi in Ballston Spa, next town over. I purchased chicken wings and thighs and froze them when I got home. I was going to have the wings and when I was preparing them there were feathers on the wings as well as the thighs which I pulled out but ended up throwing them away. This is really just an FYI, so you check out your venders…I probably won’t by your chicken anymore.
Thanks for listening…


Christin September 14, 2014 at 3:04 pm

AS OF TODAY, MY FRIENDS, MY FAMILY AND MYSELF WILL NO LONGER BE SHOPPING AT ALDIS. (which is a shame considering we’ve been loyal customers for years.) Today me and my 4 year old son went grocery shopping and while shopping, he was playing with a toy train that he had got for his birthday. He was making train whistle noises while I was shopping. He was not yelling, screaming or causing a scene. But apparently that was not okay for the cashier because when we approached her counter, she looked up and said, “that’s really annoying.” I was in total disbelief so I replied by saying, “are you serious? He’s 4!” She then proceeded to tell me that “there are 50 million people shopping in this store and not one of them wants to hear from me or my asshole child.” She also said he was rude, inconsiderate, and had no manners. (Along with many other things.) She informed me that I don’t know how to raise my child and she knows he’s going to end up in jail when he’s older because I don’t discipline him. She also explained to me that I’m what’s wrong with the world because I allow my child to do whatever he wants. (With foul language. So foul that my 4 year old is playing with his pretend phone saying, “mommy its the cashier and she said f*ck you.” I will not support a business that employs such hateful people. Since when did a 4 year old pretending to blow a train whistle become so wrong? I am beyond disgusted and my heart aches for the other families who shop there with special needs children.


Sandy D September 22, 2014 at 12:38 pm

Christin- it is unbelievable that this happened HOWEVER do not blame Aldi. I am sure that had no idea she would do this. Instead of boycotting them, bring this to the attention of personnel in their corporate office and get this woman OUT OF THAT STORE so she doesn’t do it do another parent and child. She shouldn’t be in a job with public contact. I am sorry that this happened to you, please don’t allow it to happen to another family.


Jane November 8, 2014 at 9:23 pm

There’s always two sides to every story. If so, that cashier was out of her mind. And, please keep track of your children.


Ashim Datta August 21, 2014 at 5:34 am

We want to export our product (sweater, pullover, cardigan, maflers) from Bangladesh to Aldi, USA/Germany or any other destination. We are fully automatic (jacquard) sweater making industry in Bangladesh.

Our contact is:
Golden Times Sweater & Dyeing Ltd.,
Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Cell: 880-171731XXXXx

If anybody help to get Aldi contact then we will be greatful.


Martin O'Brien August 5, 2014 at 7:35 pm

The new two in one patent pending Detail toilet brush, is sure to make the head of every household very happy. This brush with a “Made in America” tag will enable the user to be able to clean around the seat hinges and other, hard to get at areas of the toil, so much easieret


Patricia A. Wozniak August 4, 2014 at 11:33 pm

Good Afternoon

I have applied many times brought in many applications too aldi’s stores in Garfield Ridge, Lyons and Bridgeview locations. The Garfield Ridge location probably has over 30 of my application at there store, i have worked in the past as a teller for 18yrs, so i do have cash handling, but I have never gotten a call yet.
Thank You
Patricia Wozniak


Karl Spain August 4, 2014 at 6:30 pm

Love your stores. Brilliant business model. In fact, we need one badly in Brunswick MD. As this is close to your distribution hub in Frederick Md, should be doable. Get your property and site locators headed to Brunswick MD, please.


Dunstan Girton. July 6, 2014 at 7:08 am

I am still waiting for a reply to my complaint of June 19.2014.


Roxanne obey June 26, 2014 at 8:02 pm

What has happened to the (live G free) food
gone? I bought everything you had that was
gluten free and loved it. I go back to the store
and nothing there was not one box of gluten free anything .
Please bring these products back!!!!!!
Thank you ,
Roxanne obey
Columbus, ohio


Dunstan Girton. June 19, 2014 at 9:58 pm

It took me more than 6 months to make a complaint as I could not find who I can send it grandson,Aaron Girton was selected to work in Aldi after many interviews.He was working at Aldi Supermarket at Hampton Park.3976.Melbourne.Australia.He had almost completed 3 months of his tenure & had a very minor accident,He was off work for a few days & when he did get back & work for another couple of days when he was called to the office & told that he is no longer the Area Manager,Steve Lemmons,even though the store manager,Adam Brownley liked his work.The excuse was that he was a bit slow in loading shelves etc but he was really very fast at the checkout.He was also given his schedule to work for the following week, when on Monday week he went for work & was given the bad news which really hurt him.He loved working at Aldi & every employee at the store was very disappointed to hear of his dismal.They all summised that it was due to his minor accident & that he would cost Aldi in the future.He is a very brilliant person & is in his 3rd year at university doing courses in Computer Programming & Animation.He would very much like to again work at Aldi,preferably at a store close to home at the Eden Rise store at Narre Warren South.3805..Melbourne.Australia.With a letter from your esteemed office for a similar position on a part time basis.Please look into this issue & will expect a favourable reply from you soon.


CARL June 2, 2014 at 1:49 pm



Claudia May 30, 2014 at 12:50 pm

I think aldi is a great grocery store the only bad thing is that you have to travel just to get to a aldi we need a aldi in odenton md so many people would shop there just a thought aldi


Alice Schroeder May 20, 2014 at 7:47 pm


We was in Germany last Summer and was so surprised to see a Aldi store in Munnich, Germany. They had several Gluten Free items on their selves, including Gluten Free bread. It was a life saver for me, as wasn’t sure what I was going to eat for 3 weeks. Our store in Marshalltown, Iowa just started having Gluten Free items, but don’t have any bread products. Would they be stocking any soon? Gluten Free fan!


TBA May 17, 2014 at 5:53 pm

Dear Sir and Madam,
I recently applied for a Purchasing Assistant position in your corporate office in Batavia IL. Regarding the posting I applied for I meet all the necessary skills, experience, and education. I’d very much like to work for your company (long term); I grew up shopping at Aldi, and spent most of my work-life as a Perishable Material Purchaser.

I’d like to know what exactly Aldi looks for in (A) A Purchasing Assist. and (B) A model employee. I want to reflect my desire, experience, and company knowledge as best I can with my interviewers.

Thank you for your time.


Cathy Voss May 17, 2014 at 4:24 pm

I would like to request that you add a creamy italian salad dressing to your items. Love your stores! I’ve been a customer for 24 years.


EL May 4, 2014 at 1:58 pm

dear Sirs and madem

This what happen in location , 1911 Ransom Place ,Nashville TN, USA
the manager name : Cathrine
i m customer of ALDI , after cashier scan all my grocery i paid with my debit card .when i got to my car i found the cashier charge me some staff that i did not buy from them return back ask for manager ( Cathrine ) she told me to return the grocery to the store to make sure she said exactly this word because people steel stuff from here after all she found that her Cashier he is not doing good job . i don’t like the way she was treating me at least she need to say Sorry

Sincerely ,


Martha mitchell April 23, 2014 at 10:53 am

Aldi l have been buying your willow toilet paper of which l was pleased this batch is ruff to the wipe. Not satisfied. In fact l thought it to be l have second thoughts. Can you please make your toilet paper back as it was SOFT.


keith April 20, 2014 at 7:12 pm

Lake Zurich IL. 10 am to 600 pm hours on Sundays posted drove 12 miles to find then closed by 530 pm…what kind of manager lets that happen….


rICHARD bIANCHI April 19, 2014 at 1:27 pm

wife & I VISITED YOUR BELLE VERNON store and found most of your produce was from Mexico.
We don’t trust Mexican produce as they have no effective agricultural controls.
We enjoyed shopping ALDI store but will only buy produce not from Mexico.
Thank you for your intrest in your customers.

Rick Bianchi


lisa April 18, 2014 at 6:47 pm

I have been shopping at aldis for like 17 yrs ive saved a ton of money! They now have public restrooms in the brightin,mi store ive only had 2 complaints about aldis all these yrs the cuztomer service is really turning in crap these days i mean seriously they dont even bag your groceries it should b easy to not throw peoples food around and ring em up i mean jeez people, n i just tried the kirkwood chicken wings, yuck all fat i couldnt eat them had to throw them away! Other than that id die without an aldis:)


Self Serve May 16, 2014 at 9:55 pm

its a self-serve company do it yourself lazy a** like the rest of us ALDI is great


Sue March 28, 2014 at 10:49 am

I would like to know if the Living Art Keramik-Figuren “Ostern” that I bought yesterday are dangerous. I bought 2 boxes, one for myself and one for my daughter. When I opened them the chickens look lovely, but later there was a strange smell which I traced to the wooden case and Contents. I threw These out and thought everything would be ok but the smell was still there. I am not sure what is inside the chickens but if you smell the underside of the pottery chickens you will find a very offensive chemical smell. I had a dreadful headache yesterday because of this smell. Please, please, please tell me if the chickens are dangerous or not.

I have tried everywhere to find an e.mail address to get in touch with Aldi Nord, Germany but to no avail. Good on adverts bad on giving contact Details. Thank you.


Ellen Powell March 24, 2014 at 6:28 pm

I bought a bag of Bakers Corner Milk Chocolate Morsels to make fudge for Christmas. When I poured the chips into the batter it turned to liquid. I poured it into a bowl and the next morning I scraped off an inch of grease, It ruined my fudge and presents for family. I am out the expense of all the ingredients, my time etc. This should be taken off the shelf. I am going to go public if it isn’t. No one should put this all natural product in their bodies. All natural grease is what I call it.
Dissatified customer


Common Sense September 22, 2014 at 7:23 pm

Idiot, it’s not Aldi’s fault you’re a bad baker. Typical stupid old woman, you ruined your food so you want to blame the chocolate chips.


Dale February 15, 2014 at 2:10 pm

Hi there,

Could you please, please come to New Zealand with your stores. You are doing well already in Australia and I am convinced you will do well here as New Zealanders are regarded as the most price sensitive shoppers in the world. We are being ripped off here by two dominant players in the supermarket sector and they need a reality check. Could you please give them one. I shopped at Aldi when I lived in Germany and also in Australia. My sister now lives in Australia and she loves Aldi too. Thanks Aldi for your great products and prices! Regards, Dale


Cora McCarver February 4, 2014 at 3:20 pm

I love shopping at your store, but please give your checkout employees instruction to be gentle on putting those groceries back in the cart after they scanned them. I worked hard for my money and I do not expect my loaf of bread smashed, bag of sugar and flour busted.


harry copeland January 27, 2014 at 2:10 pm

and think about how many”JOBS” u”COULD” and”WOULD” create? Its a”GREAT IDEA” and u would be”TALKED” about”EVEN MORE” in a “GOOD WAY” so PLEASE give this some thought!!! Its a”WIN-WIN” SITUATION for”U” and THE”ECONOMY”


harry copeland January 27, 2014 at 1:23 pm

good morning or good afternoon my name is”HARRY COPELAND” and I am a store manager I shop at your store in NEPTUNE N.J I see the store in NEPTUNE N.J has1 store manager and 4 assistant managers!”to many”! u should take register#3 and make it a”SELF CHECKOUT” take away 1 assistant manager”DONT FIRE THEM”! and hire 2 people to work one can work from 2pm to 6pm and the other can work from 6pm to 9pm but weekends u gotta”CHANGE THEIR SCHEDULE” cause the”GUEST” comes 1st!!! and”CUSTOMER SERVICE” is”EVERYTHING” and with that being said brings me to this! I hear this statment EVERYTIME im in the store”somebody should open another register” and 9 outta 10 people”LEAVE” so lets get that personthat is “LEAVING” to”STAY” build a”SELF CHECKOUT” then “MORE” people would come! then”U COULD” earn a place with the other SUPERMARKETS! DONT GET ME WRONG!!!! Your store is a”GREAT PLACE” to shop! but just like a life!”MAKE IT BETTER” do the”SELF CHECKOUT” and if u”REALLY” wanna “CORNER THE MARKET” and make”HISTORY” build a grocery store with a”GAS STATION” out front!!! Think about it? If another”HURRICANE SANDY”come! u would be a”1 STOP SHOP” why go to shoprite foodtown pathmark wegmans or any place else? and then gotta leave there and get gas”FOR WHAT” u can”GAS UP” and”LOAD UP” again!”ONE STOP SHOP” but YOU GOT TO HAVE”GREAT” PEOPLE IN PLACE the staff in the NEPTUNE N.J store are”GREAT” they get the job done! some work”HARDER” then others! but thats”EVERY JOB IN AMERICA” u got”HARD WORKERS” then u have”SLACKERS” what u gonna do? Anyway IF U did what im saying”U WOULD BECOME A”BIGGER” FORCE TO BE RECK IN WITH!!!! Im just saying DO IT BIG!!!! OR DO’NT BOTHER TO DO IT!!!!! STRAIGHT TALK!!!”AND I’M NOT TALKING ABOUT MINUTES!!!


Ms Alice Longwell January 24, 2014 at 6:11 pm

I used to live in Illinois and shopped at Aldi’s store in Vandalia , Ill. I loved your store. Now I have been living in Moore Haven, Fla for over fourteen years and we had one store here that closed, and another man opened it with an IGA Store and his prices were so high no one would shop there. We have a Dollar Store that does tremendous business, because there is no store here. We are a small community but far from other towns. We are on the main highway of 27. Would you consider putting one of your stores in our town. We have a chamber of commerce here as we are the county seat for Glades County. We have a prison and a large jail, banks and gas stations. This empty store has gas tanks outside it can be used. We need a store here Please consider us.


Roberta B. Hofmann January 22, 2014 at 9:04 pm

I am thrilled that there is now an Aldi market. The Food is dated properly and the products are on par, (or even better at times) than our local large chain stores in the area.
I have been shopping at Aldi since it was opened in West Palm Beach, Florida. and notice that each time I go there are more folks shopping there, so the word of this new market is really getting out there.
I just have one question; I was told that all food not produced in the USA if marked as to where it is from. Since almost all are marked “Batavia, NY, I do believe that (you Corp. address), is where perhaps the food is received. I do want to know where the products come from. That is one thing I would like to know. Please E-mail me with the answer.
Thank you so much. Roberta Brecher Hofmann,


Dee Pickard January 15, 2014 at 3:49 pm

Wednesday, January 14, 2014

Today, I purchased Aldi’s Chef’s Cupboard – Chicken Noodle Soup- Condensed Soup 10.5 ounces.

Your label states that Aldi distributes this product.
Your label states that this product was inspected by the US.

Unfortunately, your label does not state where the product was MADE.

As a consumer and more importantly to me and to other educated consumers, we want to know, where specifically in what state in the USA and or in what exact country where this specific product was made? not distributed. – Please provide this exact information.

Thank you.

DE Pickard


Susan Doyle January 13, 2014 at 9:50 am

I’d like to know if Aldi’s offers gift cards? It would make a great gift for my daughter who does ALL her shopping at Aldi’s. Thank you.

Susan Doyle


Raymond Walper January 10, 2014 at 8:53 pm

We visited the Aldi Store located on Bridge Street in Yorkville, Il on Fri, Jan 10th at approx 6pm. As soon as we stepped out of our vehicle we noticed the entire parking lot was a sheet of ice. Before we could say anything to our 15 year old Daughter, she was already on the ground in pain. She slipped on the ice, hit her shin on our vehicle, and landed on her rear. She is currently complaining of hip and buttock pain.
As soon as we went inside the Store we noticed signs stating to “Be careful, Parking lot very, very slippery”. That was nice, but the signs were posted on the INSIDE of the Store and not facing toward the Parking Lot where Patrons (Like us) could read them.
We did not seek Medical attention for her injuries. Our Daughter said she was fine at the time, but is still at a “Medium Pain” level. We wanted to have this on record with Aldi, and it has been very difficult to find any conact infomation for any Aldi Store or Corporate Office to leave our information.
If our Daughter is still in pain in on Sat morning, we will be taking her to the Emergency Room in Yorkville.
Please contact us asap so we can rectify this situation right away.

Raymond Walper


Scott Mayo January 19, 2014 at 11:00 pm

Why on earth do you think it is Aldi’s job to put a sign in the parking lot to say there is ice on the ground. What would Darwin say?…???? You didn’t notice the ice until “we stepped out of our car”…really???…Ray..looking for easy money or what?


Self Serve May 16, 2014 at 9:59 pm



Joan December 28, 2013 at 2:15 pm

I shop in store#52 in Toms River, New Jersey. I have never seen in my 76 yrs a nicer and hard working people, the manager is great. they work so hard helping in any way they can.

It is a pleasure shopping there. Please do me a favor and let them know in some sort of way through your corporate office. I have sent a letter before but I never heard back.

Please send me a email , because I getting tired of telling them how wonderful they are. pleasant and always wear a smile when you are being checked out. thank you for taking the time to read this.


secret December 28, 2013 at 10:10 am

In Houston the same people working in the office screening applications throwing them in the trash are the same people who smoke weed after work and try to clean their system before any drug test. I bet if they test their hair they will catch there back office weed heads screwing people out of a job


Ms. Williams December 5, 2013 at 12:57 pm

I have utilized your web-site to make a complaint about your district manager for the Perkins RD, Memphis, TN 38117 location. His supervisor has chosen to dismiss me completely. I began the process on 10/23/2013 via phone. Due to lack of follow-up by the district manager, I called the office again a few weeks later. After his display of poor customer service skills, I utilized your web-site to report him. I have been told twice that his supervisor has been informed and would contact me soon. Today’s date is 12/5/2013. This terribly sad and disappointing. The stores in Memphis have been on a decline for some time now. I now understand why. Your customers deserve better.


eileen kemp December 1, 2013 at 10:08 am

I live in the us but I am from England. Can I suggest a new store in North Myrtle Beach. SC this area is expanding so fast. We need the variation in foods that you supply with your excellent quality it would be great.


Susanna Panasky November 10, 2013 at 4:58 pm

Dear Aldi’s Customer Service,
I was in your Aldi’s in Broadview, IL today around 2:15. While shopping, the manager on duty announced that the system had gone down, and Aldi’s would not be accepting bank debit cards or link, only cash would be accepted at this time. I had a basket full of food and saw the manager and asked if he knew how long the system would be down. He said the entire system, all of the Aldi’s in the US were down, and didn’t know when the system would be up again.

I asked if they could hold my cart so I could go to my ATM to get cash. He said yes. When I arrived at the check out, I told the girl at the register that the manager had advised me that they could hold my cart of food while I go to get cash. She was nice and said “yes” and I asked where she wanted me to put the cart, and she said “here” pointing to the side of the register.

I went to my ATM, and of coarse that ATM machine wasn’t working. I traveled further to another PNC bank and got my cash. I returned to the store and saw the manager near the registers and said “Don’t tell me, your now back on line?” He replied “Yes we are”. I asked where my cart was (because it wasn’t where I was told to leave it), and the manager looked around and asked the checkout girl where it was. Another employee was approaching us and he asked her if she knew where my cart was. The employee said she had put back everything in the cart. The manager repeated that same statement to me. No “I’m sorry”, No “tell me what you had & I’ll get it for you”, just blank looks on their faces.

You know, I understand that machines break down. I understand that it sometimes happens at inconvenient times. But I traveled to two banks to get the cash, was gone no more than 30 minutes (if not less) came back, and your store had already restocked my items.

It would be of great importance, to advise your employees, that when they tell their customer something, they should follow through. I could understand if it took me two hours, but it didn’t. I was less than thirty minutes. I spent $$ in gas traveling to the two ATM’s and got nothing in return. I was disappointed and saddened in the way your Broadview, IL store handled this situation.

Sincerely (but upset),

Susanna Panasky


jake December 11, 2013 at 9:01 am

They should have said something, but they were right in putting things back. After 20 minutes of you being gone, I would have done the same thing. You should have called the store and let them know you were running into atm problems if you were going to go this far and complain about it. Communication goes both ways.


ita January 31, 2014 at 5:44 pm

JAKE,Calling would have been a great idea if Aldi had a phone number listed anywhere that you could actually call. I have been to every single website, from corporate websites to yellow pages, receipts…to no avail. The numbers listed for corporate are just fax numbers. It feels as if no one wants to be found. And all I want to do is call my local Aldi, because I left my prescription glasses there and I wanted them to secure them for me. I’m too old, it’s too cold, and to far for me to go back there today.


Cyndi christopher November 7, 2013 at 7:38 pm

I tried applying to aldi for a job and never here back fom them. I’ve worked in retail my whole life, I think because I’m older they don’t hire. I would really love to work for your company. I am loyaly, hardworking and a team player. I haven’t worked in a year and would love a chance to prove I can be a asses to our compny. I am 53 years old and have a a lot of knowledge of customer service, and working in the public. I live in mentor Ohio.
Thank you
Cyndi christopher


Erica December 5, 2013 at 7:03 pm

I am a former Aldi employee and just by reading what you have written out “here” (NOT HEAR) I can tell you why you were not hired…

It’s not because you are 53. The store I worked at had a manager older then you. Aldi is a great company to work for but they also are looking for great employees who present themselves as smart hard working people and by the comment you posted you do not seem to fall in that category.

I tried applying to aldi for a job and never here (heard) back fom (from) them. I’ve worked in retail my whole life, I think because I’m older they don’t hire (me). I would really love to work for your company. I am loyaly (loyal), hardworking and a team player. I haven’t worked in a year and would love a chance to prove I can be a asses (an asset) to our (your) compny (company). I am 53 years old and have a(don’t need this a) a lot of knowledge of customer service, and working in the public. I live in mentor Ohio.

…just for starters

I’m not saying that ALL Aldi employees are smart but all the ones I have worked with wouldn’t have written something like this out on an employers website.


Former Employee!


jake December 11, 2013 at 9:03 am

There is a reason why you are a former employee. The way you dismantle people was probably noticed and therefore you were let go.


ita January 31, 2014 at 5:52 pm

JAKE,Calling would have been a great idea if Aldi had a phone number listed anywhere that you could actually call. I have been to every single website, from corporate websites to yellow pages, receipts…to no avail. The numbers listed for corporate are just fax numbers. It feels as if no one wants to be found. And all I want to do is call my local Aldi, because I left my prescription glasses there and I wanted them to secure them for me. I’m too old, it’s too cold, and to far for me to go back there today.


Courtney Moore November 5, 2013 at 1:38 pm

I am disappointed in the Batavia division of Corporate Aldi. I submitted a request for a donation of approx $55 retail value product in paper plates, forks, hotdogs, buns, and ketchup for a benefit my co-workers and I are hosting for our friend Sue Jacobson. I was told that my request was declined because Aldi does not donate to private benefits, only to major fundraising organizations. That is really a shame, since Sue was a long time shopper of Aldi, and the rest of us frequently shop Aldi as well. I think it’s sad that such a large corporation can’t manage to come up with such a small assist when Portillo’s, Chick-Fil-A and many others have contributed much more.


Courtney Moore November 5, 2013 at 1:42 pm

Added note, our event is Saturday, November 9, 2013.


jake December 11, 2013 at 9:04 am

Go over to walmart they will let you fundraise or they will make a donation. Or go door to door but don’t throw a chain under the bus because they didn’t do what “you” wanted.


J. October 30, 2013 at 6:57 am

I’ve shopped at Aldi for 20+ years. When I began shopping at Aldi, it was a store with basic food needs at incredibly reasonable prices. Aldi has steadily increased the offering of specialty food & non-food items, & with this the prices on basic food items has increased. The prices for routine grocery items are now often near/at those of the larger competing chain grocery stores, & sometimes higher than discount stores (such as Walmart). I have occasionally purchased the specialty items, but would prefer to have Aldi offer a consistent stock of staples at a significant savings. In my opinion, Aldi is moving away from doing one thing well (basic food needs at a reasonable price) & trying to get into a market that’s already saturated with stores offering wide ranges of products (toys, home decor, etc.).


Courtney Moore November 5, 2013 at 2:04 pm

Agreed, this is absolutely 100% accurate. I think Karl and Theo’s mother would choke uncontrollably at what the store has mutated into during the last decade alone. I watched the cost of many basic food products rise multiple times by 10 to 80 cents each time; which has effectively doubled and tripled the cost of many basic food products, all in a very short time span. $50 to $60 would pack a grocery cart to the brim. Those days were not that long ago, but will never be with us again; with much disappointment.


Eloy Pastoriza October 17, 2013 at 4:15 pm

La tienda Aldi de Ávila, España No XXXXple con las leyes Españolas, Las ofertas que anuncian en las revistas e internet, desaparecen el primer dia y los demas clientes no podemos acceder a ellas. Las leyes Españolas obligan a tener todos los dias de la oferta los articulos ofertados y a pedir al personal que les consigan las ofertas durante los dias que este vigente la oferta y aun despues de haber terminado la oferta. Maltratan a los buenos clientes pues conociendo las ofertas que nos interesan no nos las reservan (” ESTA PROHIBIDO”), y permiten que un cliente ocasional se lleve los articulos ofertados impidiendo a los buenos clientes de toda la vida que podamos comprar lo que deseamos. Aldi puede vender por anticipado reservando los articulos a los buenos clientes y lo que hacen en realidad es maltratarnos y que nos entren las ganas de no comprar en Aldi. La tienda Aldi de Ávila esta muy mal sumisnistrada pues solo reciben 5 o 8 articulos de las ofertas, impidiendo que todos los clientes tengamos acceso a los productos ofertados , con lo cual el personal y la direccion de aldi se rie de todos los clientes fijos, que no podesmos acceder el primer dia de las ofertas, los clientes acudimos a comprar las ofertas a partir del dia segundo y ya no quedan ofertas, se han terminado y no las vuelven a traer, ni hay forma de localizarlas. Yo llevo desde hace mas de 5 meses esperando que me cabiasen un articulo defectuoso y al final lo único que han hecho, es devolverme el dinero. Compre una grapadora electrica y necesito las grapas de medida especial y Aldi no suministra las grapas tal y como esta obligada por las leyes españolas llevo mas de 8 meses esperando las dichosas grapas, y todos los responsables y directivos con los que he hablado han hecho oidos sordos incluso uno Aleman, muchos trajes y corbatas pero no solucionan nada. Aldi inXXXXple las leyes españolas, solo trae cuatro o 6 articulos de las ofertas inXXXXpliendo las leyes Españolas y riendose de los clientes fijos del Aldi, nos estafa vendiendonos productos estropeados y no cambiandolos por unos nuevos, y cuando las ofertas se han terminado no las reponen (esto es publicidad engañosa) y cuando los empleados buenos tratan de solucionar estos problemas les despiden por tener contentos a los clientes Eloy Pastoriza
Der Aldi Filiale in Avila, Spanien nicht mit dem spanischen Recht, die Angebote, Werbung in Zeitschriften und im Internet, verschwinden die ersten Tag und die anderen Clients Wir haben keinen Zugang zu ihnen. Spanische Gesetze gezwungen sind, alle haben die Tage der bieten die Artikel werden angeboten und Bediensteten zu verlangen, daß sie die eingegangenen Angebote sie in den Tagen, die diese aktuelle Versorgung und selbst wenn sie sie haben runden das Angebot ab. Mögen die guten Kunden, weil die Kenntnis der Angebote, dass wir daran interessiert sind wir sind nicht die reservierten (” IST VERBOTEN” ), und damit eine gelegentliche Client wird das Angebot durch die Verhinderung der guten Kunden von allen das Leben, das können wir kaufen, was wir wollen. Aldi verkaufen können im Voraus buchen Artikel zu guten Kunden und dem, was sie wirklich ist maltratarnos und, dass wir geben sie den Wunsch nach nicht kaufen bei Aldi. Die Aldi Filiale von Avila war sehr schlecht sumisnistrada erhalten nur 5 oder 8 Artikel von der Angebote, die Verhinderung der Clients haben wir Zugriff auf die angebotenen Produkte, mit denen das Management und das Personal bei Aldi lacht an alle Stammkunden, dass nicht podesmos Zugriff auf den ersten Tag der eingereichten Angebote, Kunden zu kaufen die Angebote ab dem zweiten Tag und es gab keine Gebote, sind fertiggestellt und nicht zurück zu bringen, und es gibt keinen Weg, um sie zu identifizieren. Ich habe seit mehr als 5 Monaten auf mich warten cabiasen eine defekte Komponente und am Ende das einzige, was sie getan haben, ist mir wieder das Geld. Ich kaufte mir ein elektrischer Hefter und ich brauche die Klammern der besonderen Maßnahme und Aldi liefert nicht die Klammern als ist nach spanischem Recht vorgesehenen dauerte mehr als 8 Monate warten auf die selige klemmen, und alle Manager und Führungskräfte mit denen ich gesprochen habe auf taube Ohren gestoßen sind auch eine Deutsche, viele Anzüge und Krawatten aber keine Lösungen. Aldi nicht mit spanischen Gesetz, bringt nur vier oder 6 Artikel von der Angebote unter Verstoß gegen die spanischen Gesetze und lachten über den regelmäßigen Kunden von der Aldi, wir scam vendiendonos Produkte beschädigt und nicht vertauschen Sie sie mit neuen Kindern, und wenn die Angebote wurden nicht beendet haben wieder aufgefüllt (dies ist irreführende Werbung) und wenn die Mitarbeiter gut zu lösen versuchen diese Probleme werden sie entlassen haben zufriedene Kunden Eloy Pastoriza


Jayme Noojin October 14, 2013 at 3:13 pm

My wallet was taken from my shopping cart in the fultondale alabama store. I have tried for weeks to get the number for the store and have yet to get it. Please help me find the numver!!


Clara Stephens October 12, 2013 at 6:44 pm

I am going to take the can for the green beans back to my local store but wanted you to know.
I bought a can of green beans and a can of corn to try as I have never used this brand.
Happy Harvest French Style.
I placed in pan added butter and came back later to put in serving dish.
I saw a dark object floating on top and when I removed it I found a well cooked insect.
I grew up raising gardens and I know these little caterpillars love to hid in the vines.
You could see very plainly the head and legs.
Just thought you should know. I worked in retail for years and know the flak you can get from something like this.
After gagging a bit I carefully wrapped in a paper towel. It has been a few days so it may be dried out, so I haven’t disturbed it.
The can it came in has a UPC # 041498120535


Neoma Brinson October 6, 2013 at 8:32 pm

My first comment s a very positive one! We were introduced to Aldi through our daughter, who at that time lived in Naperville, Il. We were visiting her home and she began telling me how much she was saving on groceries. Some time went by and Aldi opened a store in Seneca, S. C., which is where we retired. In this day of rising costs, it amazes me that so much value can be obtained, still saving money! I just baked your frozen apple pie today, have one in the freezer, as well. My husband loves your cinnamon rolls!

My reason for contacting you is about the Tilapia which I purchase from you. Recently I read a research paper on Tiiapia and mushrooms raised in China, and the conditions under which they are grown! Today I chose some frozen tilapia, read the label, and found your frozen tilapia is raised in China. I put it back in the freezer case. I will share this article if you s o desire, but am so disappointed that yours comes from China. With your buying power, surely you might be able to find a source elsewhere. Thanks for listening. Neoma Brinson, XXXX Dye Drive, Seneca, SC 29678 864 888 XXXXX


Wendy September 30, 2013 at 3:37 pm

I just recently came across ALDI. To my surprise I was shock. Great quality low prices. A combination hardly ever in sinc. I have been trying to get information on becoming a franchise owner for ALDI in Argentina but I have not been able to get in contact with anyone. I notice that ALDI has many stores around the globe but nothing in South America (Argentina). Could you by any chance be able to direct me to the International Office for ALDI. I have been on the ALDI Website and I am unable to find anything. Thank you in advance for your help i this matter.


Conny Sample September 26, 2013 at 1:27 pm

Ladies and Gentlemen,
I am a naturalized citizen from Germany, and have been living in Colorado since 1997. I grew up with Aldi, (a household name), and recently found out that Aldi stopped their movement west in Kansas.
So, I am asking if Aldi is planning their expansion to Colorado. Colorado Springs to be specific. This is a very big military community, and has a lot of Germanys living here. Heck, we even have our very own German Bakery here, how often does that happen this far west.
Anyway, I was just wondering if you had considered moving further west, especially to Colorado Springs. I know a lot of us would love it.
Oh, and one more question, back home Aldi carried seasonal items as well as year-round items, is this true for the state side stores as well?
Thank you for your consideration,
Conny Sample


Laura October 15, 2014 at 2:18 pm

Any response as to when Aldi will expand to Colorado?!


Shannon Vera September 14, 2013 at 4:50 pm

Dear sirs or madams,
I was hired in August of this year and I know the employee handbooks states that you lift around 45lbs and I dont have a problem with,what I have a problem with is how many pallets of stock that I have to be able to finish in 3 hours before the store opens. Is there a requirement? and if so how MANY is required or is this up to the store manager. Thanks


Erie June 26, 2014 at 4:52 pm

3 pallets an hour is basic requirements for throwing truck.


Gloria Grant September 1, 2013 at 7:29 pm

Dear Sir or Madam,

Allow me to introduce myself. I am Gloria Grant, Chair person for Boxes for the Military. What are boxes for the military? It is a non-profit Mission that our church,
St. Marks UMC, Indialantic, Florida started 4 years ago. We send Non-perishable Food, Hygiene Items, Treats, Clothing, at Christmas we send stockings filled with children’s letters and messages of God’s love and encouragement, and add warmer items to our boxes (this page would not hold all the items we send).
We send these boxes three times a year, Easter, 4th of July, and Christmas.
So far we have mailed over 900 boxes and that is just a drop in the bucket.

We have bake sales to help buy items, but it does not bring in the finances we need. So I am contacting you to ask for help with this Mission. We only send boxes to our military that have no way to get to a PX or commissary, the boys and girls on the front lines, who spend weeks walking and eating dust and MREs.

We work through
The soldiers post a Wish List (many times they ask for things like Baby Wipes, since they may not be able to take a shower for weeks at a time). We try to fill part of their lists, but finances make it difficult.
We recognize times are hard, so if you could share gift cards for your stores we and our Military would be very grateful.!/BoxesForMilitary

Gloria Kenmare Grant
2683 Wright Ave.
Melbourne, Florida


Lynn Gavoni July 22, 2013 at 7:48 pm

I have heard that Aldi supermarkets are boycotting products from parts of Israel….if this is true, my family will not be customers in your stores…and they are building one here in Brattleboro, Vermont!


Yolanda Bacerott July 16, 2013 at 6:39 pm

This is a suggestion to open up an Aldi in Mission, Texas. My whole family grew up in.Chicago and over the past few years have moved to Mission and McAllen, Texas. We are very avid Aldi shoppers and believe in Aldi’s mission and values. Hopefully this reaches the proper sources. If not, a suggestion as to whom I can send this to would be great. My family is making our way down next month and would love to see Aldi in our new neighborhood!


Becky July 16, 2013 at 10:14 am

I wanted to contact the corp. office because of a recent interview or should say interviews . I was contacted by the Aldi store in Latrobe Pa to see if I would come in for an interview which I did on a Sunday which was Fathers Day . Interview went well managers name was John I really liked how he conducted the interview . He said he was for sure I would get second interview with the other manager Chad in which less than a week Chad did call me for second interview and to show me around so I would know what I would be doing . That interview went well also . It wasn’t hard to understand what I would be doing and would not be hard to learn at all . He told me as we were shaking hands that John would definitely be calling me , which never happened . I gave him a week then called left John a message told him that I very much wanted to work for the company and couldn’t wait to hear from him and left him my number . He never contacted me . So just a few mins before starting this letter I figured I would call again and he said position was filled to a more qualified person . I am very upset because the company states that you train . I very much wanted to work for this company and was led on to believe I was hired by what what said to me . I’m very upset and very disappointed for the way this went . I am a very hard worker very determined and outgoing all I wanted was to get my life started since all my children moved on with their lives so it is time for me to do the same . Is this the way they do all their interviews by saying things like that to let people think they were hired ? If so ,that is no way to conduct business . I feel that I was led on they both should have never done that . At the very least they could have called me to let me know after I had left a message for him to do so . They were both very nice but very wrong in leading me on .

Sincerely ,

Rebecca Fosbrink



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