From Thursday 13th January, Aldi customers will be able to pick up their Burns Night favourites, produced by The Scottish Butcher himself Simon Howie, in all 102 stores across Scotland.
Based in Dunning, Perthshire, Simon Howie has supplied Aldi stores with a range of Scottish produce, made using the best quality ingredients, and perfect for Burns Night. This range fits perfectly with Aldi’s commitment to stock over 500 Scottish products within the next two years.
With prices starting at just £1.99, Aldi has partnered with Simon Howie to offer a range of Specialbuys perfect for any traditional Burns Supper celebration.
The centrepiece of any Burns Night celebration has to be the haggis and the Specially Selected Chieftain Haggis (908g) priced at only £2.99 is the perfect size for feeding the family, serving between 4-6 people.
Aldi and Simon Howie are also offering alternative options to a traditional Burns Supper with, Gluten Free Haggis, Haggis Bon Bons and Haggis Olives. Or if you are looking for something with a bit more of a twist, the Curried Haggis Bites with poppadum crust is a must-try for all Burns enthusiasts.
Simon Howie, Owner of Simon Howie Foods, commented: “We are delighted to work with a supermarket that has Scottish provenance at its core and we value Aldi’s commitment to supporting Scottish suppliers.
Burns Night is one of the most important dates on the food calendar for us, and we are thrilled to bring Aldi customers such an exciting range of Burns Supper favourites.”
Graham Nicolson, Group Buying Director at Aldi Scotland, said: “Burns Night is our chance to celebrate everything which is great about Scotland and we are delighted to work in partnership with one of the country’s most renowned butchers to bring customers the highest quality range of traditional Scottish products, as well as some tasty twists on Burns Night classics. Simon Howie has helped us produce a range fit for any Burns Supper celebration.”
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