8 Cheapest Grocery Stores in the U.S.


One of the most cheapest grocery stores within the U.S. right now is ALDI which has experienced an increasing popularity in recent years.

It was in 1921 that John Woodman opened the first Woodman's grocery store in Wisconsin.

2. Woodman's Markets

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3. WinCo Foods

You can track the 139 employees-owned WinCo grocery stores to 1967, when Waremart opened at Boise, Idaho

4. Lidl

Lidl is the second grocery chain on this list to have roots in Germany and its open first store in Ludwigshafen in 1973.

5. Market Basket

Market Basket is a popular discount grocery store in New England

It grew into a chain that offers customers the best brands at cheap costs. It is still managed by the Read family, Grocery Outlet now serves more than 1.5 million shoppers per week.

6. Grocery Outlet

7. Costco

Costco is present in eight countries and is one of the largest retailers around the world. Its goal is to provide customers with brand-name products at the most affordable price.

8. Trader Joe's

It's also among the most grocery stores to shop at when you're on a tight budget. Despite the current egg price increase, the cartons of eggs that are still affordable at Trader Joe's remain inexpensive.

Image: (Chris Samuels | The Salt Lake Tribune)