I admire the beautiful gardens at this blog, but not this post. There are a lot of people who don’t shop Target or Starbucks and still can’t eat all organic, all the time. For many of us it is the choice between eating 100% organic or other worthy priorities, such as sharing with others in need or enrichment activities for our children.
Aldi is no different than any other “regular” supermarket in regard to its meats, eggs, and dairy; its aisles are no more full of “overprocessed crap” than Kroger or Publix. The main difference I note is that its prices on fruit and vegetables are 1/3 to 1/2 that of conventional produce at other groceries.
For those of us who must pick and choose, I cannot see this as a bad thing.