Aldi USA Corporate Office Headquarters

Aldi USA Corporate Office Headquarters
1200 N. Kirk Rd.
Batavia, IL 60510 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-630-879-8100
Fax Number: n/a
Customer Service Number: 1-630-879-8100



17 comments:

  1. Being German living here for over 30 years, we are major disappointet in Aldi for the last year
    More and more German food iterms are not avail. anymore
    For X-Mas, no marzipan, no Black Forest cake, no other German cake No Apfel Schorle and many other items.
    Why are they no longer avail.
    When you had them in the previous years they were selling of the shelves like hot potatoes

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  2. You don't make it easy to reach anyone.It says e-mail addresses...I can't find one.if this is the only way to be heard, then so be it.I don't belive you are looking for "TRAINIES". how can you rise to a position if your not given a chance?I've worked my way up in the grocery stores from salad bar clerk to a deli manager. Yet when I apply,it's not even possible to speak to anyone.I think 23 years of service should count for something.I know this is a waste of time, but at least I tried! Thanks Donna Parys

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  3. ATTN: Marketing Dept. - Would you please take a look into opening a store in Hartwell, Ga. We have the perfect location here, on Athens St. Previously there was a grocery in this location. Our area needs some more competition. Love to shop at you locations in Atlanta and SC. Thanks for your time!!!

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  4. Wow I have to say, who ever decided to shut down the store at War Memorial and Wisconsin Ave in Peoria Heights Illinois and open one to replace it at 34?? North University Peoria Illinois, should have there head examined! A tiny parking lot and a super busy street location. A stoplight that backs traffic up into the parking lot not allowing cars to enter the parking lot. What a fiasco.

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  5. My wife and i are aldi shoppers we however are disappointed that you apparently went with a different povider for your paper towels. The package we recently purchased shreds rather than seperate at the perforations and the consistency of the material is closer to toilet tissue, what a shame that you keep lowering your quality.

    Disappointed in Michigan!!!

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  6. Jewells. may 21, 2013

    I started shopping Aldi's about a year ago, the produce was the best in Durham,NC. until about two months ago.

    Now when I buy produce, half of the grapes are not edible and cost $2.99 per bag. That also applies to the apples and oranges. Just last week I purchased an avocado and it wasn't in my bag when I got home.
    Please look into this! TY...
    I have lost lots of money in this store. Something needs to be done about this.

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  7. It has been very difficult trying to reach someone at your office so now I have a laundry list of things to dicuss. I have been a long time shopper at Aldi. All the employees are wonderful. My routine would be to shop for everything on my list at Aldi first and what I could not find I would shop for elsewhere. I have come to understand and accept the "seasonal items" and the out of stock depending on when I shop. However; there are a few changes that will force me to do my shopping elsewhere first and then go to Aldi if I need to.
    Some changes that don't make sense to me....Tide? *Tide is everywhere so why not shop elsewhere and pay the price. The feminine products changing to a higher priced "Always" brand? If I wanted to pay a higher price and buy *"Always" I can do that elsewhere as well. On to bulk fruits... buying bulk is fine, but everytime I buy apples, grapes,oranges and lemons or limes, half the bag is moldy. I understand that I can take them back, but that is getting tiring. I will go elsewhere pick out individual fresh pieces. Yes, I will pay more, but I wont waste my time and gas money driving back to Aldi to exchange them. Although Aldi has done A LOT right in the past, I am starting to see some changes that are forcing me to shop elsewhere first which will lead to me eliminating Aldi altogether or less frequent visits at best. I understand the private label industry and would like, in two instances, if you just left things alone.

    Would love to hear back from someone.




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  8. Stop asking for temps using them 2 days then letting them go make the overpaid cashiers do some real work other than dirt on butt ok 1960 blond dm rude .2920 mex cashier rude 249 dm rude omg they are rude hated my visit and hated,how I saw,them treat the temps.....won't ever go back get out of texas until you can sell more items for larger family house I won't shop 2 stores. To save few dollars

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  9. We recently moved from Middleton, WI to Hot Springs, AR. We are a good Aldi customer and purchase most of our food items from Aldi. We like Aldi....but there is no Aldi store near Hot Springs, AR. The nearest store is in Ft Smith, 93 miles away. Are there any plans to build an Aldi store in Hot Springs, AR? We sure hope so.

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  11. I have been a long time shopper at the Aldi's near me At Grant Ave. Phila. Pa. 19114 The Manager at that store was wonderful. Because of her was the reason I kept going back, The Shelves were always well stocked Items were always up to date. and the store was always spotless and smelled so clean. Recently I was told that the manager Ms Sheila was let go. Since her departure that store has gone down hill. Shelves are not well stocked, the product looks old, the new employees are laid back. I am very disappointed in the turnout of this store.,I know the store is going through a manage change but everyone's biggest complaint is not being able to find anything. I don't know why that manager was let go but I think it was a huge mistake to let someone who put their heart and soul in keeping that store in a high standard. Being a Baker I for one have cut my shopping down to maybe once a week where I use to go 3 and 4 times in one week, spending at least 100.00 a trip now on a good day spending 30.00 now.

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  12. I urge your company to look into putting an store in Park Falls Wisconsin, the people here and the surrounding community would love to have one here. The closest one is in Rhinelander WI. You can put in the old Super One Foods store which is now r sale. Everyone I talk to would like to see some other store to shop at. Our community needs this VERY bad.

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  13. I think better training on customer courtesy is in order. I went in line to check out at Rome N.Y Aldi's and was told the line was closing that they would help me in another line. I only had a few items but went to another longer line only to have her say to the person that was behind me, with a full cart that she would cash them out. I'll pay a little more and go elsewhere from now on.

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  14. was wondering would you consider opening a store in Malden Mass,,we have two buildings available ,,One is a Stop & Shop Broadway Malden, closing Feb 8,

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  15. Just another considerable suggestion: Aldi has a distribution center minutes away from Salisbury, NC...Mocksville, NC is about 25 miles away and the only grocery store choice they have is Food Lion (Liars) or Wal-Mart...An Aldi store located in Mocksville would offer a much welcomed and needed alternative for grocery shopping. There is at least two vacant options that could be upfitted to meet the Aldi needs, and there is plenty of land available to build...your choice. The people of Davie County, NC would welcome you! Thank you...Just a smart and logical business decision...

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  16. I think you could do a better job training your store MANAGERs. I have shopped in your Aldi store #34 in Jeffersonville,IN for years. As of Today, 4/15/2014, I wont shop there again. The store manager was checking people out which must be why she had attidude, she charged me for 11 packs of colby cheese and 2 gallon of milk,I only bought one pack of cheese and one gallon of milk. When I went back in the store to explain to her, the manager, what she did, she acted like it was my fault and was rude about it. She did give me my money back but only cause I asked for it. Her reaction at first was and I quote "what do you want me to do about it". That seems unprofessional to me. Well me daughter posted our problem on Facebook and you wouldn't believe all the posts we received from others that have experiences and the same problems with the same store manager. I am not worried about the milk I was charged for because I did get $32.00 back for the cheese she over charged me for...however you have lost me as a customer...I am sure alot of my friends and Family will also agree not to shop there anymore...


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