Aaaah, Aldi. After life situations (aka "poorness") more or less forced me to start going here over a decade ago, I immediately fell in love with the frugal supermarket. This book, from my own personal collection and in very good shape, is as close to the "inner workings" of the ultra-secretive worldwide giant as we'll probably ever get. Written by Dieter Brandes, who was a manager of a German Aldi store several years back, this details the atmosphere and principles of the discount grocer.
Ultra-rare and out-of-print, this book can admittedly be a little redundant, but there's a wealth of information for those unfamiliar with the store or its humble beginnings. Or those that don't realize the two co-founders, who are brothers, are on Forbes list of the richest people in the world.
The book has some slight damage to the front, in the form of a small crease, and the upper spine has a very small tear. Individual pages are pristine, as the book was only read through once. A great copy of a very hard-to-find book!