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Old 03.08.2016, 16:43
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Re: Food cost family with two kids - Zurich

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Oh, ok.
I can't figure out (yet) where I can find the fruits cheaper -if it's Denner or Lidl or Aldi (haven't been to all just yet), I've spent quite a lot at Coop and Migros for myself only because they are the closest.
Shopping for one person is always more expensive - especially if you go to Coop.

Fruit and veg price is very seasonal in Switzerland - tomato prices can be twice (if not more) expensive out of season than it - and celery lives on a pricing scale that should have it listed as a precious metal at some times of the year!!

ALDI fruit and veg is often "Class 2" or "Class B" - this relates more to how it looks than the flavour. Their peaches, tomatos, nectarines and pears are currently excellent.
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