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  • New Hoisin Duck Kit offers 40% saving compared to Linda McCartney alternative
  • Shoppers can also pick up Aldi’s No Chicken Balls and Crispy Shredded No Beef for just £2.19

With up to 40% of Brits cutting back on their takeaways[1] this winter, Aldi is showing take-out loving customers there’s no need to give up their favourite takeaways with its range of Chinese inspired vegan cuisine. Whether shoppers are vegan newbies, fully-fledged veggies or simply want to reduce their meat intake, they can now enjoy delicious fakeaway dishes from just £2.19 and available instore now.

Brand NEW this January is Aldi’s Plant Menu Hoisin No Duck Meal Kit (£2.99, 345g). Offering seasoned vegan shredded Hoisin Duck-Style pieces made with soya, this meal kit comes with Chinese-style pancakes and hoisin sauce for an authentic and rich tasting experience.

What’s more, Aldi shoppers can save up to 39% when making the swap and save against similar offering from Linda McCartney:


Plant Menu No Duck Hoisin Kit £2.99, 345g (87p per 100g)


Linda McCartney’s Vegetarian Hoisin Duck Meal Kit £5.00, 350g (£1.42 per 100g)

SAVINGS: £1.57, 39% per 100g

Also available as part of the Chinese fake-away range, Aldi’s new Plant Menu Crispy Shredded Beef (£2.19, 260g) offers a tender battered beef-alternative protein with a spicy and aromatic chilli sauce.

Or those that miss the taste of succulent chicken can try Aldi’s new No Chicken Balls (£2.19, 260g), with its crispy golden coating that tastes as mouth-watering as the meaty versions, which make the perfect starter or side and are available instore now.

Aldi’s Chinese-inspired vegan fakeaway range is available in stores NOW. 



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