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Aldi adds fresh chicken to its meat case (at a low price, natch)

Posted by: John Ewoldt under Supermarkets Updated: August 11, 2010 - 3:43 PM

The only stores that can usually beat Aldi's frozen chicken prices are typically the wholesale clubs, but now Aldi ramps it up a bit by adding fresh chicken. The prices can hardly be beat: boneless, skinless chicken breasts for $2.49 per pound, wings for $1.89 per pound and thighs for $1.29 per pound.

If you're looking for frozen chicken breasts, a 48-ounce bag is only $4.99 at Aldi (regularly $5.49, Kirkwood brand), a deal that's hard to beat.

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