Aldi: Mum shares clever supermarket hack that makes packing groceries a lot ...

ALDI is well known for having some of the fastest checkout staff - and many customers often find it hard to keep up with their scanning. However one shopper has shared her supermarket hack that makes packing groceries a lot easier.

PUBLISHED: 21:55, Thu, Sep 3, 2020 | UPDATED: 21:55, Thu, Sep 3, 2020

Aldi is the popular discount supermarket that is known for having efficient checkout staff who scan items extremely fast. This is because staff are encouraged to be time efficient, which helps keep the price low for customers. Some products even have three barcodes so a cashier doesn’t have to search and waste time searching for the code to scan.

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Quickly packing your groceries at the supermarket till can be stressful, especially when the grocery items start to build up.

The speedy checkout service is just one of the many things Aldi is known for, alongside low prices and bargain deals through its Special Buy and Super 6.

One regular Aldi shopper has created her own hack to help her save time when packing at the checkout.

Posting to the Aldi Shoppers UK Facebook page, the fan of the supermarket wrote: “Followed an Aldi shopping hack and no packing after the checkout.

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Aldi: Mum shares clever supermarket hack that makes packing groceries a lot easierAldi: Mum shares clever supermarket hack that makes packing groceries a lot easier (Image: Getty)

“Such a simple idea but saves time and money, when they were full I’d shopped up.”

The Aldi fan then shared a photo of her clever hack which consisted of two rubber buckets inside her trolley.

Instead of putting the food in plastic or reusable bags, the savvy mum uses two large plastic tubs with handles.

This helps her keep up with the quick checkout staff as well as saving time when putting the groceries into her car.

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