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    @Jontu they are fine. Used them both for a long time and didn't notice any difference, except maybe with newborn poo, then I think the newborn huggies are a bit better but only because I had a pack provided by post natal ward! Once I was home it was aldi all the way!

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    Just want to say that I have been using the aldi nappies and pull ups and they are great. I am making the switch from huggies. If I am going to be picky the only complaint on the aldi pull ups is that you can't undo and redo them unlike huggies.



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    I bought the Moroccan oil serum, I used it the other day and my hair felt amazing. So soft and smooth
    I've bought the shampoo and conditioner now to try. On special this week for $5 each.


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    I have run out of shampoo, will have to check out what's on offer at aldi!

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    I go there only for their flat rice noodles, dry pasta and frozen veg.. I find lots of their foods to be too salty for me. Their meat is pretty off as are their vegies at my 3 local ones..

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    We do the bulk of out shop at a butcher fruit&veg shop and get everything else at aldi - so spreads, tinned & frozen veg, tinned fruit, flour, sugar, milk, pasta, rice, pasta sauce, yoghurt and cheeses and cleaning products.

    I'll sometimes buy their fruit and veg, I'm always keeping an eye out for less expensive blueberries, or I keep an eye out for things I want heaps of, like tomatoes for chutney, if they have it cheap I'll buy 5kgs.

    I used to buy their snacks and sweets also but we're not buying them... Ya know... New years thingo. Lol.

    Oh! And coffee pods!

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    My sister made a post on fb dissing Aldi and had to take it down as it got a lot of people's backs up defending it. They said Aldi was more ethical, and as others have said also restrict additives.

    I like their choc mousse (safe to have if your pregnant!!), their block cheese, their cheese sticks (my DD eats heaps of them so it's much cheaper than cokes). Their macadamia nuts are the best I've found. My dad swears by their champagne and he's a wine snob. Oh their choc coated honeycomb muesli bars are yummy. And their dish washing tablets are great too.

    I didn't mind their nappies but they don't fit my DD who has a generous booty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontu View Post
    I have run out of shampoo, will have to check out what's on offer at aldi!

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    I tried their Argon oil shampoo & conditioner. Wouldn't recommend it.

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    Love the coffee pods and cleaning products. Most of the pantry food is good I actually dont like their nappies! I didnt find them absorbant enough and DD gets really red when I use them. Bugger as I liked the price lol

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    I've just started using the meal replacement shakes for breakfast or lunch when I can't be bothered to make myself anything and the they're really good. Very filling and only $2 each!
    My local one was out of all of the flavours except coffee and cookies and cream so I'm looking forward to trying some other flavours soon


 

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