Ready, set – BBQ! Supermarket Aldi has today revealed that a whopping 7.5 million Brits will be warming up their barbeques to cheer on British athletes at the Olympics games in Tokyo.
The research carried out as part of Aldi’s Raising the Barbeque campaign suggested that even the forecasted showers won’t deter a huge 2 million people from stepping up to the grill.
To help determined Brits enjoy the games with a top quality BBQ spread, Aldi, which has been named the most affordable supermarket for the big BBQ shop, has expanded its barbeque range. Its premium meat Specialbuys will be available at Aldi stores from 29th July. But shoppers need to limber up and race to stores because as with all Specialbuys, once they’re gone, they’re gone!
The range includes a taste of Tokyo with Yakatori Chicken Kebabs (£2.69, 320g). The succulent chicken skewer is slowly brewed with soy sauce, aromatic Asian spices and sweet molasses, giving a sweet and savoury taste – plus plenty of umami which will have shoppers coming back for more! It also pairs perfectly with Aldi’s new fragrant Shirayuki Japanese Sake – from the Itami area of Hyogo Prefecture (£4.99, 30cl).
Turn up the heat with Aldi’s tasty West Country Cheddar & Chilli Burger (£2.99, 4 pack) or raise the bar-beque with the Peri Peri Half Chicken (£2.99).
Score a perfect ten with Ten Specially Selected Pork Sausages (£2.99, 667g). This bigger pack of premium bangers, made with 100% British meat, are grill-iant for hot dogs for all the family. Just don’t forget the ketchup!
Ahead of British Food Fortnight (18th September – 3rd October), new research from supermarket Aldi reveals that British classics, such as Bangers and Mash, Toad in the Hole and Scotch Eggs, are at risk of being confined to history books - with many millennials not knowing what they are and even doubting they exist.
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