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  • Fan favourite returns in two new flavours – Meatball Marinara and Cheese & Gravy
  • The new range is hailed by shoppers as being ‘absolutely smashing’ and is up to 50% cheaper than McCains

Supermarket Aldi has expanded its mouth-watering Carlos Takeaway Loaded Fries range to rival McCain, at a purse friendly £1.99. Customers can choose between the Northern classic, Chips & Gravy or Subway inspired Meatball Marinara.

Whether shoppers prefer their chips with succulent meatballs, topped with cheese and a heavenly marinara sauce, or covered in lashings of cheese and gravy, the combination of these crispy fries and creamy sauces will level-up any meal.

What’s more, chip lovers can make a fry-teningly huge 52% saving compared to McCain, with shoppers claiming it tastes “absolutely smashing”, meaning you can serve up a tasty side dish at half the price. Simply cook the chips in the oven until golden and crispy and then add the toppings for a drool-worthy finish. Easy to prepare and even easier to eat, these hassle-free fries will become a household favourite in no time.

Whether it’s a Saturday night in front of the telly or a get-together with friends, Aldi’s Carlos Loaded Fries are perfect for anyone who fancies a takeaway and wants to save those precious pennies!

Aldi Carlos Loaded FriesMcCain Street Fries
£1.99 (£3.98/kg)£2.50 (£8.34/kg)
Huge Saving of 52%

To create the ultimate feast, customers can add Aldi’s Carlos Takeaway Double Pepperoni Pizza (£1.79, 511g), Carlos Stonebaked Doughballs (£1.49, 180g) and Carlos Takeaway Chewy & Gooey Cookies (£1.69, 160g) to their basket.

Aldi’s new Carlos Takeaway Loaded Fries can be found in the frozen aisle in-stores now and via Click and Collect.


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