ianlawn wrote: »
thats you opinion but it isnt backed up by fact. Look at the horsemeat scandal it proved aldi meat was just as dodgy as value brands.
How can you say choice is bad. Its great and you can find the perfect item for you. My main issue is i think if aldi products were called aldi value rather than kingswood best then people would have different views on the taste. Its proven that people get swayed by brands and then they try to compare their brands with proper ones and people buy into it
clayton16749 wrote: »
And on top of that, I find that when I used to shop at Tesco or Sainsbury's I was always tempted to buy something that caught my eye because it was conveniently placed - meaning I spent even more. That doesn't happen at Aldi.
A._Badger wrote: »
How can lack of choice be a good thing?
Nada666 wrote: »
The trouble is there is no choice in Tesco or Sainsbury anymore. Most of the lines I would buy are no longer available at the one honest price. I like their produce. But they refuse to sell them at one price per packet.
nwc389 wrote: »
This ! I don't always want to buy 2 or 3 of something just to get the lower price , I just want to buy what I need for that week .
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