Radcliff, Kentucky
8 comments

I recently purchased two bags of Season's Choice shredded Hash Brown Potatoes from the Aldi's store in Elizabethtown, Ky. Upon opening the first bag, I was greeted by the smell of decaying potatoes.

When cooking, they gave off a strong smell of urine. We were unable to eat them, as they tasted as bad as they smelled. The expiration date on both bags was the same as the day I bought them.

I did not bother to open the second bag, I deposited them directly in the trash along with the unused portion in the first one. I will purchase no more Season's Choice shredded Hash Brown Potatoes from Aldi's.

Monetary Loss: $2.

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Anonymous
#691097

I'm eating Mesquite marinated pork tenderloin from Aldi right now and it's daaamn, daaaamn, daaaaaamn good. I'm enjoying it as I write this, accompanied with a simple traditional Greek cucumber, tomato, and onion salad with good feta cheese (imported) on the side

I guess you forgot about Aldi's money-back guarantee. All you had to do is tell an Aldi manager. I had to return 2 of their products and they were very gracious and apologetic.

This is how it was prepared:

I cut 3 slices and seasoned them liberally on both sides with salt, lemon pepper, oregano, garlic powder, onion powder, and paprika. I then pan fried them in olive oil with a bay leaf added to the skillet for good measure. After they were done frying I squeezed lemon juice over them for that extra pop.

Anonymous
#477917

You ate something that smelled bad and smelled like urine when you cooked it. Yeah right I am sure there was nothing wrong with the food, you are just trying to get your money back because you need a beer because your food stamps ran out.

Anonymous
#477916

You ate something that smelled bad and smelled like urine when you cooked it. Yeah right I am sure there was nothing wrong with the food, you are just trying to get your money back because you need a beer because your food stamps ran out.

Anonymous
#477913

it is beyond me that you would cook or attempt to eat a product you claim smelled of urine. Take advantage of Aldi's return policy.

Bring the open package. They'll give you your money AND a new product.

Anonymous
#457407

If they smelled like rotten potatoes why did you even cook or try to EAT THEM? You must be really ***.

Also ALL GROCERY STORES ARE REQUIRED TO GIVE YOU MONEY BACK FOR BAD QUALITY PRODUCTS!

Learn to use the system before you post *** like this. It needs to be brought to the attention of the company...not the attention of the internet.

Anonymous
#417499

It's important no matter where you buy your food from that the bad food is brought to their attention, regardless of fault. Sometimes a store is supplied with food that is bad, but unless someone says something, the problem cannot be corrected.

Anonymous
#390140

You'd better bring in the product as well. Most stores want you to bring this in, in order to prove you didn't just consume it then say "oh, I think I'll take advantage of their 100% satisfaction" policy.

Anonymous
#369479

They will give your money back and new product too. :zzz

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