It’s oh-fish-ial! Aldi’s mouth-watering luxury oysters are coming back in times for Valentine’s Day! After selling out in just two days in 2021, shoppers will be excited to know the Specially Selected Fresh Oysters (Pack of 6 / 360g) are priced at a fantastic £3.99 – a saving of 33% when compared to UK supermarket Waitrose.
Meaty and smooth, this premium Scottish-sourced starter is available in store from 11th February, so shoppers can pick up the ocean’s best-kept sea-cret just in time for the romantic day.
Proving popular with customers last year, Aldi has revealed over 50% of stock was snapped up on the first day of sales in 2021, and it’s not hard to see why. Proven to be rich in essential nutrients, these sea specialities serve up a fresh, delicate flavour that make them the ideal accompaniment to any Valentine’s meal, drizzled with lemon or hot sauce.
Premium in quality and unbeatably priced, these Grade A and B pacific oysters are responsibly sourced from the finest coastal waters of Scotland and Ireland.
Shoppers can make the ultimate romantic seafood dinner for two with the delicious Specially Selected Heart Shaped Pasta with Lobster Filling (£2.49, 250g),before ending the night with the sweet Specially Selected Heart Shaped Macarons (£1.99, 60g).
Aldi’s Specially Selected Fresh Oysters are available in stores from 11th February.
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