At just 84p, Aldi’s steak bake is almost half the price of the equivalent from the
UK’s most popular high street bakery
Aldi is bringing a new range of tasty filled savoury bakes to Scotland at incredibly low prices.
Each of its ‘Frasers Bakes’ are just 84p, almost half the price of similar products in Greggs, which retail for around £1.40.
Available across all 104 stores, the golden pastries are full of delicious flavour and locally produced in Scotland.
Customers can choose from a range of enticing fillings, including Steak; Macaroni; Cheesy Bean; Cheese and Onion; and Chicken Curry. At just £1.69 for a pack of two, the UK’s Cheapest Supermarket* is once again bringing customers unbeatable deals on quality Scottish food and drink.
Graham Nicolson, Group Buying Director, Aldi Scotland said: “Our mission at Aldi Scotland is to bring as many exciting Scottish-made products to the market for amazingly low prices. Our new range of savoury bakes is an excellent addition to our growing portfolio of locally produced items.
“With a delicate and light coating, and sumptuous selection of flavourful fillings, it’s no surprise that the savoury bake is a household favourite for many across the country.
“We expect these to be incredibly popular amongst our customers, who can now pick up a pack of two for just £1.69, nearly half the price of the popular high-street bakery.””
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