The Best and Worst Things to Buy at Aldi's

With nearly everything becoming more and more expensive, people are always looking to save where they can.

That means that discount stores like Aldi's are becoming increasingly popular. The store advertises that it offers all the food and household items you need at a lower price (and in bulk so you have to go back less). Much of what Aldi's carries are store-brand items that are just as good, and in some cases better than the name-brand items that you typically pay a lot more for.

The German family-owned supermarket chain is known for its discounted name-brand products, shopping cart rental system and its no-frills shopping experience. Nobody really wants to spend hours navigating a grocery store and Aldi's makes sure you don't have that experience, bringing everything down to the basics.

While you are usually sure to save a ton on most items, there are some items that offer almost no savings at all. Additionally, there are those store-brand items that are less than satisfying in terms of quality that you may want to avoid. If you aren't sure just what you should buy and what you should avoid, this is just the guide for you. Here are the best and worst things to buy at Aldi's.