The Cheapest Grocery Store Has 23 Stores In Southwest Michigan
Grocery shopping has always been a task that many don't like to take the time to do and can be exhausting at times but it has to be done. If you don't go grocery shopping you'll either starve or be stuck eating out every night which can be expensive, especially if you're a family with kids.
Grocery prices have been consistently rising since the 90s and the Covid-19 Pandemic didn't make that any easier as inflation has hit the entire country like a dump truck. Finding groceries for the home at a decent price has seemed to be almost impossible, the more mouths to feed the higher that price is going to be. Luckily, for shoppers in the Southwest Michigan area, we have plenty of locations for the cheapest grocery store.
Okay, let me hear the guesses for the cheapest grocery store in the country. Walmart, Meijer, Costco, Sams Club, Horrocks, Family Fare, Kroger? Well, sorry to break it to you but none of these are the correct answer. Ironically, the cheapest grocery store in the entire country is one that is based out of Illinois and pays its employees some of the best wages.
They always have clean aisles, charge $.25 for their carts, and allow their cashiers to sit in chairs as they cash people out. Yes, that's right, the cheapest grocery store in all of America is Aldi and they are littered all over Southwest Michigan.
There are some areas that have more than others like Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo each have 3 stores while Battle Creek and Holland have 2 a piece. The rest of the cities just have one location. Find out where all the Southwest Michigan Aldi Locations are below.