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06/01/2022

Lidl Cutting Prices on More Than 100 Items

Running from early June through August, company officials said their goal is to reduce the inflationary burdens now being felt by consumers.
Greg Sleter
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Discount grocer Lidl is dropping prices on more than 100 items across the stores in an effort to ease the price pressures consumers are facing.

The price cuts impact products in several categories including meat, grains, coffee, frozen prepared foods and other key household products. Company officials said shoppers can expect to save more than $50 on the items included in the summer campaign. The sale will kick off on June 8 and run through August. 

"As many families contend with rising prices due to inflation, we hope to ease their financial burden at the checkout counter by investing even more to lower our prices," said Michal Lagunionek, Lidl US president and CEO. "This price-cutting drive is part of Lidl's ongoing commitment to offer the best value in every community we serve."

A sample of the price reductions:

  • AVA black angus top sirloin steak, $8.44, a reduction of $1
  • Lidl Preferred Selection smoked Atlantic salmon tortelloni, $3.15, a reduction of $0.84
  • Lidl Preferred Selection tortelloni, shrimp and burrata cheese, $3.15, a reduction of $0.84
  • Lidl Preferred Selection pound cake, $2.25, a reduction of $1.24
  • Ground coffee, classic roast, $5.99, a reduction of $0.99.