Supermarket Aldi has today announced the launch of its brand-new Footlong Sushi (£2.49). Calling on shoppers looking to grab their sushi soy-mate ahead of the highly anticipated Tokyo Olympics, the gigantic Footlong Sushi is anever-seen-before supermarket first and launches in all stores on 22nd July.
The 30-centimetre Japanese inspired sushi roll packs a punch with two flavours rolled into one. The roll’s first half isfilled with aromatic katsu chicken topped with black sesame seeds and crispy onions. The second half is packed full ofdelicate smoked salmon and rolled in mixed sesame seeds. The bumper roll is perfect for sharing and sure to maki lots of Aldi shoppers very happy – especially when they realise they can get 12cm more of the same katsu kick as popularLondon restaurant Sushi Dog’s Katsu Roll (£7) for nearly a third of the price.
The latest addition to Aldi’s food-to-go range comes as sushi a-fish-ionados have flocked to the supermarket in recentyears for the great quality, incredible priced sushi range.
Sushi lovers can pair the flavoursome footlong with Aldi’s Specially Selected Veg Nests & Dim Sum (£2.99) or theSpecially Selected Gyoza & Fishcakes (£2.99) to make it into a finger-licking meal; both also available in stores on22nd July.
Shoppers better make sure they don’t miso out, as with all Specialbuys, once they’re gone, they’re gone! Aldi’sSpecialbuy Footlong Sushi (£2.49), is available in stores from 22nd July.
Aldi’s Specialbuys Summer Sale has just got even better with more products added, and now you can even shop the sale from your local middle aisle. Just popping in for a loaf of bread? Now you can also take bargain trampolines, tents and garden must-haves to the check out and make the most of savings with up to 50% off. Bargain hunters will need to be quick though, as with all Specialbuys once they’re gone, they’re gone.
As the cost of living crisis continues to affect the nation, new research has revealed that for over two thirds of pet owners1 the cost of looking after their furry friend has risen compared to last year.
With almost a fifth of pet owners worried about being able to feed their pets2, Aldi is showing dog-lovers and cat champions alike how they can save up to 67% on their pet needs by switching to its nutritious range of pet food.