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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    What foods should we stay clear of?
    Dairy Fine chocolate. They used to do great macadamia nuts but they've been cr@p lately. Don't like their cornetto knock offs. Maria biscuits aren't as good as Marie ones.

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    So how was Aldi?

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    Yes @SoThisIsLove how was it? I hear the Seaford car park was choccas before it even opened!

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    Yes @SoThisIsLove how was it? I hear the Seaford car park was choccas before it even opened!
    I need to go to hallett cove shops but aldi opens there today so I'm not going near the place 😬

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    I need to go to hallett cove shops but aldi opens there today so I'm not going near the place 😬
    The car park was crazy when I drove past about 8.45 this morning. I'm avoiding that place like the plague!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pushie Parent View Post
    The car park was crazy when I drove past about 8.45 this morning. I'm avoiding that place like the plague!
    And that carpark is a nightmare of angles at the best of times! I went to Brighton instead 😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    And that carpark is a nightmare of angles at the best of times! I went to Brighton instead 😀
    I did all my shopping in woollies yesterday, the checkout lady asked me if I was going to come today to check out Aldi. No way lady, hence why I'm here the day before!

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    Copy and paste from a post i made on a facebook Aldi Adelaide group (im obsessed already lol)

    Went to Hallet Cove today, it was madness but the staff were all just lovely. Was hard to have a proper look around so will head back next week. I did a comparison to Woolworths with items as identical as possible and was $21 cheaper at Aldi ( I spent $59 there) some items were not only cheaper but bigger sizes too. Have tried the potato gratins they were heavenly and the $6 1kg block of cowbelle cheese is so creamy & nice. Also really like the organic yoghurt too was $5.49 I think for 1kg but certified organic

    So yeah loved it just far too busy there today. Some great groups on facebook. Aldi Addicts of Adelaide is another one, heaps of pics from inside the stores today on there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Dairy Fine chocolate. They used to do great macadamia nuts but they've been cr@p lately. Don't like their cornetto knock offs. Maria biscuits aren't as good as Marie ones.
    Adding that their sprint chips are horrible too

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    OK so tried this chocolate. Omg! Sooo good soooo creamy! And their honey soy red rock knock offs r better. Hubby thinks so too!
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