Does aldi have baby food

Little Journey, Baby Food at ALDI!

Feeding a child is frustrating. Allegedly it takes 12 times for them to try certain foods before they will eat it. Tommy will love something one day, so I’ll go out and buy it in bulk and then refuse to eat it the next day.

Does he not like the taste? Is he not hungry? Is it not warm enough?

And then, when he doesn’t eat it, you know who does? I do. Even at 9 months old, I’m already eating Tommy’s leftovers. For now they are things like broccoli, eggs or peanut butter toast, not baby food purees obvi. Those get tossed if uneaten 24 hours after they are opened.

I think the food introduction phase kills me because I see how much food we waste. For every pouch I buy that Tommy refuses, I see myself throwing out $2 each time. I sorta feel the same way when I change his diaper and I feel like I didn’t really need too.

Luckily, I discovered a cheaper solution for trying and finding keepers

I’ve long been a fan of ALDI for their no frills store experience that passes on savings to their customers. Their prices are incredible. So I was excited when they recently announced the arrival of Little Journey, an award-winning line of baby products featuring everything from newborn diapers to wipes, formula and organic puree pouches.

The best part is that you’ll find a growing list of premium products exclusively available at ALDI at prices up to 50% less than those at traditional grocery stores*. So hopefully once you find a few things your kiddo likes, you can keep buying them while staying on budget.

This makes going through diapers faster than you thought humanly possible not so bad.

Diapers at ALDI range in price from $4.99 to $12.49 depending on the size and pack quantity. They boast a stretchable waist and side panels, dual leg cuffs, 12-hour leak protection, vitamin E and aloe and are hypoallergenic.

We tried them out and are happy to report back that Tommy had no leakage, blow outs or rashes!

I was impressed by the wipes especially. For a pack of 72, they cost $1.29. As someone who uses wipes on everything, this is an amazing deal.

I am still breastfeeding Tommy but I can imagine that the formula is a huge saving compared to Enfamil or Similac at a regular grocery store.

My favorites are the organic pouches which each cost only $0.79 per 4 oz. Tommy runs hot or cold on pouches but he really likes these especially the apple, pear and spinach! They are made with pure fruit and vegetable combinations, without genetically engineered ingredients and BPA free packaging.

I like pouches because they introduce vegetables like spinach to Tommy that he otherwise wouldn’t be eating on a regular basis. I know I can make food from scratch with spinach but a good pouch is easy.

Tommy also is really into eating with his own fingers so the puffs and munchers are awesome. Both cost $1.39 for a 1.48 oz package. Tommy would eat only cheese puffs if I’d let him.

If you haven’t been to ALDI before, you are in for a shocking surprise as to how affordable grocery shopping really can be. Some things to note before you go is that you’ll need a quarter to grab a shopping cart at the start of your experience, your own bags and that the unique shelving is to save money. Everything they do is to reduce their costs to run a business to keep the products priced low.

You can find an ALDI located near you by checking this location finder. If you haven’t been, you really ought to go and check it out. They have some of the best European chocolate! Curious what it looks like to shop at ALDI? I shot this video a few years ago.

This post is sponsored by ALDI. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

*Based upon a price comparison of comparable products sold at leading national retail grocery stores.


Aldi & Why You Should Consider Their Baby Products – Perfectly Imperfect Parenting

I’ve always been a huge fan of Aldi. When I moved out right after high school, I had a grocery budget that allowed me to eat pasta for essentially every meal. I think I lived on somewhere around $450 a month and after paying rent and utilities, I was usually left wondering how I was going to stretch the rest of my money. And now I wonder how in the hell did I live on such little money. But, I digress. Aldi was my savior. I could easily pack my cart for under $100, and I was able to get more than just junk food. Aldi offers a fair variety of groceries and their range of products is ever-expanding.

My first several years shopping at Aldi, I obviously didn’t care about baby products. But now, many years later, I had mostly stopped shopping there because I didn’t like being inconvenienced by having to go to multiple stores because Aldi didn’t have what I needed for my son. They had carried diapers and wipes for some time, but there was no baby food or snacks for little ones.

But people of the world: EVERYTHING HAS CHANGED

Aldi now carries a variety of baby goods. Thankfully, I qualified for the most recent VoxBox, which was an array of Aldi baby products.  Aldi’s Little Journey line is just what I’ve been waiting for.


Diapers: WINNER

I’ve been incredibly picky when it comes to diapers. Flat out, I hate diapers that leak, are awkwardly proportioned, have intensely fragrant smells, leave cotton residue behind, or have too small of tabs. I have, up to this point, tried Luvs, Pampers, Huggies, Sam’s Club brand, Target brand, Walgreens brand and possibly a few others. Huggies have been my favorite for their lack of smell, absorbance, ease of use and comfort. The Aldi diaper is almost spot on with my analysis of a Huggies diaper, but they seem slightly more flexible (which is great). They are super absorbent and have no strange perfume smells. Even babies with sensitive skin do incredibly well with these diapers. I am exceptionally pleased with this product. And better yet, they are a fraction of the cost of big brand diapers. After I did the math, the price per diaper is right around $. 14 in comparison to $.20-$.25 per diaper with other major brands. When you’re going through 10 diapers a day, this is a big deal.


I wish I could say that I just use wipes for my toddler’s diaper changes, but in reality I use them for random spills, removing makeup, cleaning my car, wiping down the dinner table, etc. So we go through a lot of them. (I’m making a hearty effort to use fewer wipes in my everyday life, but sometimes the convenience of a wipe just wins in my crazy mom world.) The wipes are comparable to Huggies. They’re also not incredibly fragrant, which is a plus to me. I prefer baby products that are not loaded with fragrance. The price is right, and for something that we go through like crazy, Aldi wipes are really a steal. I want to see these in bulk instead of single packs. I can go through a single pack of wipes in 2-3 days. Give me these in packs of 10!

Bath Wash: WINNER

I am incredibly biased when it comes to bath wash. I conducted some serious tests a few months ago to see which washes were both okay for our babies to be putting on their delicate skin, and truly tear-free. I did this by literally rubbing baby wash in my own eyes to see if they were actually tear-free. Shocker, most of them were not. After finding one that I really loved, I didn’t think I’d find another baby wash that I’d like. While this wash is not truly organic, it is tear-free and pretty mild. Overall, we are happy with it and will use it! The easy-to-use pump makes bathing  an always-on-the-move toddler much easier.

Little Munchers, Yogurt Bites and Puffs: MOSTLY A WINNER

Being the mom of a toddler, I feel like I have to have snacks on hand 100% of the time. Not only does it prevent my little guy from getting hangry during outings, but they can quickly stop an ongoing tantrum. Each of the snacks come in several different flavors and they are comparable to brands you’d already find on your local grocery shelves, but at a fraction of the cost. My son loved each of these snacks, but in particular he devoured the yogurt bites. Puffs do go stale quickly, but this is a problem across the board with all brands of puffs. I’d recommend throwing them out after a week or trying to put them in an airtight container when possible. The snacks are a winner in my book.

Baby Food Purees: WE LOVE THEM, BUT…

These baby food pouches were indefinitely what I was most excited about. Not only are they fully organic, but they are nearly half the price of their competitors. This is an enormous cost-savings, especially for great quality products. The Burrito Buzz babies loved these pouches. Our only complaint is that all of the pouches contain apple. This is okay for some babies, but for little ones with sensitive stomachs, too much apple is not a good thing. We hope to see more variety in the future, because we’re exceptionally excited about the availability of these pouches!

Formula: WE CAN’T SAY…

None of our BurritoBuzz babies are currently utilizing the formula. That being said, Aldi says that their line is comparable to Similac. They offer a very fair variety of formula, including a soy option. The price point for Aldi formula is truly going to be a godsend to families on a budget!

Our overall analysis of the Aldi line is that it’s a wonderful, much-appreciated addition to their stores. We are thrilled with this huge improvement and we love the products being offered.

The big downfall? Busy families like mine tend to order things online. Many stores offer free shipping on diapers and baby food and I utilize that free shipping almost weekly. Sometimes it’s so much easier to be able to have a box delivered to your doorstep instead of carting the little ones into a store. If Aldi is listening, please consider offering a free shipping option for parents (or even the option to ship). This would be a very welcomed and much appreciated addition.

Here is a quick pricing breakdown and products offered:



Little Journey Newborn

$4. 99

Little Journey Size 1


Little Journey Size 2


Little Journey Size 3


Little Journey Size 4


Little Journey Size 5


Little Journey Size 6

$4. 99

Little Journey Size 3 Club


Little Journey Size 4 Club


Little Journey Size 5 Club


Little Journey Size 6 Club


Little Journey Training Pants Boys


Little Journey Training Pants Girls

$5. 99

Little Journey Wipes


Little Journey 216ct Wipes


Baby Wash Test (28fl. oz)


Little Munchers – Cheese


Little Munchers – Veggie


Mixed Berries Yogurt Bites

$1. 79

Banana Yogurt Bites


Strawberry Yogurt Bites


Strawberry Apple Puffs


Blueberry Puffs


Banana Puffs


Apple Mango

$0. 79

Apple Blueberry Banana


Apple Carrot


Apple Sweet Potato


Apple Pear Green Pea


Apple Pear Spinach


Apple Broccoli Pear

$0. 79

Apple Banana Raspberry Yogurt


Apple Banana Strawberry Yogurt


Apple Banana Peach Yogurt


Banana Apple Apricot Rice


Prune Apple Butternut Squash Quinoa


Advantage Baby Formula

$12. 99

Premium Baby Formula (Infant)


Sensitive Baby Formula


Gentle Baby Formula


Soy Based Baby Formula


Toddler Formula


*Available while supplies last. Items may not be available in all stores. Prices and labels may vary by location. Quantities are limited. No rain checks.

– Katie

**BurritoBuzz received these products at low or no cost for the purpose of review or testing. No compensation for a positive review was provided. All product reviews are based 100% off of our personal experiences and we never guarantee a positive review.**

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Help for the children of Ukraine from Aldi: are the boundaries of solidarity narrowing?

An unexpected continuation was given to the organized action to help the children of Ukraine from Aldi, which provided for the shipment of all the chain's baby food as humanitarian cargo.

Many Germans are currently showing solidarity with the victims of the war in Ukraine. One donates, another hosts refugees, and the third organizes a peace concert.

This shows that we stick together in difficult times across national borders. It's nice to see so much humanity showing up in people right now. nine0003

Surprisingly, none of this is seen when Aldi donates baby food to war victims. Suddenly, a storm of shit erupted over the company. Some customers were outraged. Why did solidarity suddenly end here?


Aldi decided long ago that by the end of the year, baby food would no longer be sold. The reason is simple - low demand. Therefore, the assortment was not replenished, finalizing until the end of 2022 on the remnants that still remained in the warehouses of the network's branches. nine0003

In the light of current events in Ukraine, the management company has decided that it will donate the remaining baby food to the victims of the war. As the representative of the company said: "Due to the current critical situation in Ukraine, we are now accelerating the planned delisting of articles and are not selling the remaining stocks and sales."

Relevant information also appeared in the stores of the network.

Find ich gut, liebes Aldi! pic.

— Commander Keen (@Kizito5) March 20, 2022

Agree, this is a very solid act, given that Aldi, in fact, forgoes possible income.

Don't everyone agree?

It would seem that this is a strong act, which is not just a gesture of goodwill, but real help that can save the lives of many children who are forced to endure hardships due to hostilities on the territory of Ukraine, this is the approval of people, everything is logical.

It turned out that not really. Some reactions on the Internet looked very different. Not only was there no sign of approval for this action, instead there was anger and unfounded criticism. nine0003

Deutsche Kinder aus armen Familien, die auf günstige Aldi-Babynahrung angewiesen sind, können ja verhungern. Was soll's, shit happens. – Diese Gesellschaft kotzt mich so an.

— SͲⒶᗞͲᕼⒺ❌Ⓔ™ (@stadthexen) March 17, 2022

Someone writes: “German children from poor families who depend on cheap Aldi baby food may die of hunger. What the heck! This company pisses me off so much."

Another social media user also disagrees, saying that German children do not need baby food. nine0003

Deutsche Babys brauchen nun mal keine Babynahrung.

— Bismarck der Echte (@BismarckIrL) March 17, 2022

This reaction caused outrage among users who called for humanity and mutual assistance.

How did Aldi react?

The reaction of the German discount chain in this situation is excellent.

Auch #ALDI nutzt die Schienenbrücken in Nord- und Westdeutschland, um die von uns gespendete Babynahrung in die #Ukraine zu schicken. Unser Dank gilt der @DB_Cargo, mit deren Hilfe wir die notleidenden Menschen im Kriegsgebiet unterstützen können.

— ALDI Nord (@ALDINord_Presse) March 24, 2022

They just went ahead and did what they promised.

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    How much food costs in UK supermarkets

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