We work at Aldi, and here’s everything customers should know but don’t, including when the best deals are available.
ALDO is one of our favorite places to shop for a variety of reasons, and it’s not just the low prices that keep us coming back.
Indeed, the German supermarket chain has become a go-to for many, thanks to its quick check-out and no-fuss shopping, but there are a few things we should all be aware of.
Previously, a former employee revealed why Aldi employees scan your items at breakneck speed.
It’s because they used to have scanning targets to meet, but that no longer exists.
A former employee told My London that another reason check-out workers can move so quickly is that Aldi products have multiple barcodes.
Staff won’t have to fumble around looking for where to scan, and you’ll be done in minutes.
Furthermore, the conveyor belt’s length was specifically designed to allow customers to unload a full trolley and still fit everything in one go.
An Aldi insider told Fabulous that the correct pronunciation is ‘Al-di,’ not ‘All-di.’
The name of the supermarket is derived from the surnames of the two brothers who founded the company in 1946, Karl and Theo Albrecht.
The ‘Al’ is derived from Albrecht, while the ‘di’ is derived from discount.
We all love a good bargain when we see one, but Aldi makes it a point not to have any.
Instead, the supermarket is dedicated to providing the lowest prices for the highest quality products every day, according to an Aldi insider.
However, Aldi’s Specialbuys section always has some great deals.
And its “Super 6″ seasonal fruit and vegetable selection offers good food at a low price.
Aldi is said to reduce prices by 30% before stores open and by 75% before stores close on the last day of their shelf life to help prevent food waste, so keep an eye out for bargains.
Furthermore, you mentioned that Aldi restocks their best buys every Thursday and Sunday, making these days ideal for in-store and online shopping.
Aldi’s business model aims to simplify everything while keeping costs low, which extends to staff hiring as well.
According to Mary, who has worked at Aldi for over 15 years, each Aldi store has far fewer employees than other supermarkets.
This means that employees are trained in a variety of areas and are expected to know how to do everything – and that they are never forced to do the same thing for an extended period of time.
For instance, someone could be…
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