These 8 Grocery Stores Have Some of the Best Prices in America, Study Says

Everybody loves a good deal, right? And shopping for groceries is no exception.

8 photos
1/8
Getty Images
This fast-growing chain from Germany is known for its discount prices. Aldi stores are smaller than the typical American grocery stores and offers a limited selection. The store is also among Consumer Reports top-rated chains overall.
2/8
Getty Images
This warehouse club is among the least expensive grocery stores in the nation, according to Consumer Reports. Consumer Reports says those who responded to their survey also gave Costco praise for its store-prepared food. The store is also among Consumer Reports top-rated chains overall.
3/8
Getty Images
Fareway Stores is a family-owned chain that operates in Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota, Nebraska and South Dakota, according to Consumer Reports.
4/8
Getty Images
This family-owned chain is known for the low prices it offers shoppers in parts of the Northeast. The store is also among Consumer Reports top-rated chains overall.
5/8
Getty Images
These large stores are only open to people carrying authorized Department of Defense identification cards. The federal government ensures that they offer competitive prices.
6/8
Getty Images
Not only does Trader Joe's have some of the most competitive prices, according to Consumer Reports, the national chain also excelled in cleanliness, staff courtesy, store-brand quality and its selection of healthy options. Trader Joe's ranked among the top chains overall in Consumer Reports' study.
7/8
Getty Images
WinCo has 114 stores in the West, according to Consumer Reports. It sells many items in bulk and requires customers to bag their own items.
8/8
Getty Images
Woodman's is a warehouse-style grocery store located in Wisconsin and Illinois, according to Consumer Reports. The store cuts costs by selling items in bulk and refusing credit card payments.
Contact Us