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I have witnessed her call the Police on one of Aldi Clients but i never thought it will happen to me this day 3/25/2018.She called the Police on me and told me that i have been Banned from that location for No Reason and that she is the manager and can do whatever she wishes and pleases to do.Aldi can trace its roots back to Karl and Theo Albrecht’s mother who opened a small store near Essen.

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Is it me or is it the fact that the current owners/operators of Aldi’s are no longer interested in anything other than the bottom line? Rarely, if ever, see anyone who appears to be from corporate (you can always tell cause they wear suits and high end apparel and appear very self important). Thank you Reply IN THE LASRT MONTH OR TWO I HAVE BEEN PURCHASING THE LOVEN FRESH 100% WHOLE WHEAT BREAD, AND IT HAS ONLY BEEN LASTING SIX TO SEVEN DAYS BEFORE IT STARTS TO TURN WHITE HAS A FOUL ODOR OR EVEN GETS MOLDY. SEMPER FI Reply I have been shopping at the Kilburn Aldi since it first opened.

I have been told that you will no longer have any wheelie baskets, which will most certainly lose you a lot of shoppers, myself included.

Reply I completely agree with the people here, customer service at all ALDIs is horrible. They don’t t understand that the could close their stores if customers don’t shop there.

Reply Aldi is the most disability unfriendly grocery in my area. They have a wheelchair designed for short people who have someone to push them around the store.

There was a former grocery store in the Fox Chapel Shopping Plaza that closed(zip code 15215), and a new grocery store was supposed to open in that same location, but never did. Reply I have 3 Aldi stores in my vicinity, and have had nothing but positive experiences.

An Aldi store in that location would be especially welcomed by all of the employees who work at the nearby hospital and clinics, as well as all of those who live in the local communities. I’ve noticed price increases since they now take credit cards, but the stores are always clean, well stocked, the employees are efficient and friendly and the lines move with speed. I live in the Northwest suburbs of Detroit, Michigan.It’s poor management from the highest levels down to the miserable little man avoiding you in any Aldis in any city take your pick.The one thing that they have going for them are the prices and that is a huge thing for most shoppers, I suppose they think that there is no reason to be pleasant or well stocked or even remotely helpful because everyone wants to save money so we’ll keep coming back.I believe “Aldi Stores” can do better than this Racist Store manager.Reply What has happened to your store in Shaler Twp.????The company expanded internationally in the 1970s and 80s. In 1993, the Albrecht brothers retired and donated most of their wealth to charitable foundations. Aldis has also stated that they intend to spend another

An Aldi store in that location would be especially welcomed by all of the employees who work at the nearby hospital and clinics, as well as all of those who live in the local communities. I’ve noticed price increases since they now take credit cards, but the stores are always clean, well stocked, the employees are efficient and friendly and the lines move with speed. I live in the Northwest suburbs of Detroit, Michigan.It’s poor management from the highest levels down to the miserable little man avoiding you in any Aldis in any city take your pick.The one thing that they have going for them are the prices and that is a huge thing for most shoppers, I suppose they think that there is no reason to be pleasant or well stocked or even remotely helpful because everyone wants to save money so we’ll keep coming back.I believe “Aldi Stores” can do better than this Racist Store manager.Reply What has happened to your store in Shaler Twp.????The company expanded internationally in the 1970s and 80s. In 1993, the Albrecht brothers retired and donated most of their wealth to charitable foundations. Aldis has also stated that they intend to spend another $1.3 billion remodeling most of their current stores. Answer 3: Aldi was founded by Karl and Theo Albrecht in 1946.

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An Aldi store in that location would be especially welcomed by all of the employees who work at the nearby hospital and clinics, as well as all of those who live in the local communities. I’ve noticed price increases since they now take credit cards, but the stores are always clean, well stocked, the employees are efficient and friendly and the lines move with speed. I live in the Northwest suburbs of Detroit, Michigan.

It’s poor management from the highest levels down to the miserable little man avoiding you in any Aldis in any city take your pick.

The one thing that they have going for them are the prices and that is a huge thing for most shoppers, I suppose they think that there is no reason to be pleasant or well stocked or even remotely helpful because everyone wants to save money so we’ll keep coming back.

I believe “Aldi Stores” can do better than this Racist Store manager.

Reply What has happened to your store in Shaler Twp.????

The company expanded internationally in the 1970s and 80s. In 1993, the Albrecht brothers retired and donated most of their wealth to charitable foundations. Aldis has also stated that they intend to spend another $1.3 billion remodeling most of their current stores. Answer 3: Aldi was founded by Karl and Theo Albrecht in 1946.

.3 billion remodeling most of their current stores. Answer 3: Aldi was founded by Karl and Theo Albrecht in 1946.