I get the sales flyers every week from Aldi, and have been curious. The closest and only one I'm aware of in the area is about twice the distance of Kroger, over between Super Target and Walmart Supercenter. That wouldn't be a prohibitive distance to travel to save money, if my vehicle were in better shape, but it's not, so I tend to stick to Kroger as much as possible. I had to visit Walmart the other day, though, so I decided to stop in at Aldi and try to save a little money on produce. I always keep a reusable shopping bag in the car, because they come in handy for various purposes. I bought these quite a while ago, and they're the insulated sort, so if I happen to buy ice cream or other frozen goods on a really hot day, I will slip them into the reusable bag, then return it to my vehicle for the next trip. I was glad to have the bag that day, because Aldi doesn't supply bags for free. They may supply them for a charge, but I'm not sure about that. They also charge $.25 to borrow a shopping cart. I knew that ahead of time, but for some reason, I didn't have a quarter that day. I decided to just put the items I was purchasing in the reusable shopping bag, which limited the amount I could purchase. I was limited not only in the amount of goods I could stuff into the one bag, but also in the type of goods, because it was around 95 degrees outside, and I had to stop at Walmart after my trip to Aldi, so I couldn't purchase perishable or frozen food. They had a great price on eggs, and always have good deals on milk, but there was no way I would chance that, since I had to spend at least a half hour in Walmart. I was very happy with my first shopping experience. I got some plump juicy sweet blueberries for very low cost, as well as some strawberries at a great price. I also picked up some summer squash that turned out to be the perfect ripeness, as well as a bag of sugar at a lower cost than I've seen at both Kroger and Walmart. I would like to shop at Aldi more, but the location prohibits that. However, I'll be keeping a few extra reusable bags in my vehicle for the next time I'm in the area, and leaving a quarter in the car so that next time, I'll be able to buy more than I was able to on this trip.