Aldi’s Specially Selected British Wagyu Beef Burgers are back on shelves. The supermarket revealed the burgers are available in stores now as a Fresh Meat Specialbuy every single week.
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The burgers cost £2.99 for a pack of two.
The supermarket said: “Flavoursome and melt in the mouth, Aldi’s 100 percent British Wagyu Beef burgers will bring a taste of fine dining to your dinner table, without the premium price tag.
“Layer with your favourite toppings, and pair with decadent sides, for the most indulgent of dine-in meals.”
What is wagyu beef?
Wagyu beef comes from any of the four Japanese breeds of cattle. It is known for its higher fat content.
The beef has a tell tale “marble” effect, created by the ripples of fat in the meat.
Another hugely popular Special Buy is back on shelves, the Aldi egg chair.
The best seller is back from last year after being a huge hit with shoppers.
Aldi’s hanging chair is £149.99.
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It can now be pre-ordered, and it is likely to sell out, so those interested should act fast.
Aldi also has various cleaning Special Buys, including the famous Minky cloth.
The supermarket said: “With prices starting from just 99p, you will have surfaces, showers and toilets gleaming in no time.”
The Minky Bathroom Pad (£2.49) is a Mrs Hinch-favourite.
The 2-sided anti-bacterial Minky Pad is ideal for sweeping, swooping and sliding over showers, baths, tiles and mirrors.
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Aldi’s kettlebell has sold out online as Britons rushed to preorder it.
Aldi shared the new range on Twitter on Sunday as the budget equipment went on sale online.
The kettlebells were available as a single in a 6kg or 8kg size, or as two-packs with either one of each weight, or two of the same.
The single kettlebells were just £8.99, while two packs were £17.98 – meaning it’s the same price to buy two either way.
Aldi queue cutting measures have been put in place like a number of other supermarkets.
Aldi has a traffic lights system to control how any customers go in and out.
The light will be green indicating when people can go in, and turn red when they can’t.
The likes of Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, Lidl and Sainsbury’s have launched new queue cutting measures.
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