With such low prices and excellent quality, I don't know how this business makes enough profit to stick around. Whatever they're doing, it's working: Aladdin's has been a Cleveland landmark since the 1970s. Mostly a wholesale operation, they make Middle Eastern specialties to sell to many local grocery stores and restaurants. The company is open to the public for a quick, cheap bite to eat.
Not to be confused with Aladdin's restaurants (a local chain of restaurants selling Lebanese food), the baking company is located on Carnegie Avenue just before downtown.
It's a great place to stop in for a sandwich. I had the hummus, tabbouleh, a pack of pita bread and a couple grape leaves. It was enough to feed myself and a friend, including two tall cans of iced tea, for under ten dollars.