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Plugged in at Aldi

Aldi has kicked off 2019 with products to help its customers with both healthy eating and eco-friendly resolutions. The supermarket’s New Year New Kitchen Range included a ‘Specialbuys’ collection of small electrical appliances (in store until stocks sell out).

4 - Aldi logoAldi’s Nutrient Blender (priced £29.99) boosts a 18,000 RPM engine and a six-fold stainless steel blade, recommended for making smoothies, blending home-made nut butters and grinding coffee beans. The collection also featured a 2 in 1 Air Fryer with a recipe book and a Digital Slow Cooker, plus a Multi Section Grill, Kettle and Toaster, and a Popcorn Maker.

The supermarket also highlighted its Breakfast To Go/Snack Pots as essentials for those looking to reduce their single-use plastic consumption, along with lunchboxes and water bottles.

Alongside a wide array of kitchenware, Aldi’s January selection included Joe Wicks’ Lean in 15 to provide consumers with inspiration for healthy eating.


Top: January has seen a wide range of kitchenware ‘Specialbuys’ at Aldi.

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