There’s A Reason Aldi’s Meat Is So Cheap, And Here It Is

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  There’s A Reason Aldi’s Meat Is So Cheap, And Here It Is

If you shop at a large grocery store, there’s a good chance that you’ll find a butcher working in the meat department, or at least a deli counter with somebody ready to slice up some fresh cold cuts. That doesn’t seem to be the case at Aldi. The company’s website makes no mention of in-store butchers, and you won’t find any salaries for a deli counter associate or butcher at Aldi on Indeed. While this means that getting a filet mignon trimmed to your exact specifications might not be possible, it does mean that your ground chuck is probably a little cheaper than what you might find at Walmart or Trader Joe’s.

Supermarket butchers start out at around $30,000 a year, and if Aldi doesn’t have to pay for one in each store, they can pass those savings on to the customer (via Houston Chronicle). “Behind the scenes of traditional grocery stores, everything you do gets added to the cost of the product,” Cindel explained. “Operating a deli or pharmacy is built into the price of that — but not at Aldi.”

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