Smart mom reveals how to make shopping at Aldi a breeze

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Smart mom reveals how to make shopping at Aldi a breeze and just follow her one simple rule at checkout

  • A mom has revealed her genius hack to make shopping trips to Aldi a breeze
  • The mother takes foldable crates to the store, which she says makes it easier
  • At the checkout, she loads her groceries into plastic crates instead of bags

A mom has revealed her ‘genius’ hack to make a trip to Aldi a cinch, and the seemingly simple trick has impressed the store’s most loyal shoppers.

The mom bought collapsible crates for her Aldi trips and says it’s a big help at the checkout because they’re much easier to fill than bags.

The woman bought the crates from Bunnings and noted that they are collapsible, making them easy to store.

A mom has revealed her ‘genius’ hack to make a trip to Aldi a cinch and the seemingly simple trick has impressed the store’s most loyal shoppers

Mom bought collapsible crates for her Aldi trips and says it's a big help at checkout because they're much easier to fill than bags

Mom bought collapsible crates for her Aldi trips and says it’s a big help at checkout because they’re much easier to fill than bags

‘Do you use crates, plastic bags or Aldi freezer bags?’ she asked in the post, with pictures of the black plastic boxes.

Most people shared their own systems for stacking groceries from the store, congratulating her on her “great idea.”

A woman revealed that she uses a folding shopping cart when she goes to the store.

“I have a naughty boy, which also makes it easy to get everything in the house,” she said.

Some admitted to putting their groceries in a laundry basket to get them home.

Others use bags and are happy with their system.

“I use the trolley bags from Aldi, it goes so fast,” said one mother.

While another admitted that she doesn’t use bags at all and leaves her groceries ‘free-range’ in the trunk.

The woman bought the crates from Bunnings and noted that they are collapsible, making them easy to store

The woman bought the crates from Bunnings and noted that they are collapsible, making them easy to store

But the poster wasn’t the only one with its use of crates – others also use the tactic when going to the German chain.

Costco collapsible crates here, never back to bags again, said one woman who uses them in other stores as well.

“I’ve been using a collapsible box for over 40 years,” another boasted.

Another woman simply uses a large Ikea bag, with which she lines the trolley, to get all her groceries in and out at once.

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