ALDI-Fit & Active

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Posted: 26 Jun 2007, 19:01
Are the ALDI's Fit & Active products any good. What are some good choices and what should I stay away from?

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Posted: 26 Jun 2007, 22:24
I have used quite a few of their products, although I think some of the best values at Aldi are those on the fresh fruit and vegetables! The nonfat vanilla yogurt (sugar sweetened) is very tasty and I use it in smoothies all the time. I wish they would bring out nonfat sour cream and lowfat cheeses. The quality seems to be good on everything I have tried.
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