Dairy & Eggs

Stock up on everyday essentials like milk, yogurt, butter, cheese and coffee creamer at your local ALDI. Shop high-quality dairy and eggs products at low prices you love. 

Milk & Milk Substitutes

We carry a variety of low priced milk options to suit your preference. Nourish your family with your pick of whole, 2%, reduced-fat or lactose-free milk. Shop alternatives such as almond, soy and oat milk.

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Start your day sunny-side up with great savings on eggs! We offer a selection of eggs including organic, cage-free, free range and more.

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Explore a variety of rich cheeses that will elevate any meal. From creamy textures to bold tastes, you can add a sprinkle of joy to every bite.

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Yogurt & Sour Cream

Dive into our array of creamy yogurts and tangy sour creams. From breakfast to dinner, savor the rich flavors that add a dollop of deliciousness to every meal!

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Enjoy the rich and creamy taste of butter on pancakes, toast, pasta, vegetables and more. Shop our affordable selection of butter for all your baking and cooking needs.

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Coffee Creamer

Take your cup of coffee to the next level with our affordable selection of coffee creamers. With a variety of dairy and non-dairy options, there's something for everyone!

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Dairy & Eggs FAQs

No, eggs are not a dairy product. Dairy products are defined as foods produced from the milk of mammals, such as cows. Eggs are laid by birds, which are not mammals and do not produce milk. However, eggs and dairy products are both animal products that are high in protein and require refrigeration, so they are often stored together.

Butter contains small amounts of lactose. Those who are very sensitive to lactose may consider alternatives such as ghee or margarine.

Mayonnaise does not contain milk and is not classified as a dairy product. The main ingredients in mayo are eggs, oil, vinegar, lemon juice and water.

Current USDA Dietary Guidelines suggest that the average adult should consume 3 cups of low-fat or fat-free dairy per day. However, each person is different and should consult with their doctor or dietician, especially if they have an intolerance to dairy.

Dairy refers to products that contain the milk of mammals such as cows or goats. Common dairy products are butter, cream cheese, yogurt and sour cream. 

Consuming too much of anything has the potential to be bad for you. Overconsumption of dairy can result in nausea, stomach pains, bloating, acne and more, especially in those who are lactose intolerant. Check with your doctor or dietician to determine how much diary you should be consuming a day.