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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    Love Aldi, I don't like their gravy or powdered stock but like most other things. Meat is good and veg is hit and miss.

    As for ethics, in our ethical shopping book Coles and Woolies have a big black cross but Aldi doesn't so I had assumed they were okay?
    Is it the "Shop Ethical!" consumer guide?

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    Thanks ladies 😉. I'm looking at ways to reduce our food / grocery bill & I don't really know what's good @ ALDI. Any recommendations for cleaning products?

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    The softener is great, and the Tandil (?) Dishwashing liquid is also excellent. The Tricare hand wash is great too.

    Garbage bags, zip lock bags etc are all excellent.

    Toiket cleaner too.

    I wish aldi was in wa, only been here a month but these big woolies and coles could do with some competition.

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    The dishwasher tablets are great, and the rinse aid. We use the trimat sensitive washing powder, the Aldi napisan and the stain remover - all work fine! We also use their antibacterial spray (like ajax) and it's good too. We get all of our cleaning products from Aldi and have never had a problem!

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    85%dark chocolate bettrr than Lindt brand !

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    Just have to say not a big fan of their toilet because of the names..its either Swipe or Confidence

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    Is it the "Shop Ethical!" consumer guide?
    I think so - a little green one? It may not be that latest edition. I'll get hubby to dig it out later.

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    And now I have been on the website... A lot worse than I thought :/

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    I buy all their packaged products. I haven't been impressed with their meats and veges. They seem to go off really fast. And the same as their bread.

    I buy all the baby products for my daughter. Their formula was one of the only ones she would drink and didn't make her constipated. She loves their pouch food as well.

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    I Have just bought a pack of nappy pants and nappies to try out for ds from aldi. Am hoping they are good as I have heard from others. Such a price difference from huggies.

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