Aldi Scotland is showcasing an impressive range of quality Scottish meats this Spring with a Specially Selected 30 Day Aged Galloway Scotch Ribeye Steak and Specially Selected Scotch Wagyu Burgers.
Available from the end ofMarch across all Aldi Scotland stores, shoppers can now pick up exceptionally high-quality meat products, which are locally sourced, for a fraction of the cost.
Hitting shelves on the 24th March, Specially Selected 30 Day Aged Galloway Scotch Ribeye Steak (£4.99, 227g) will elevate any spring feast, and makes the perfect addition to a BBQ – should the unpredictable Scottish weather permit. Galloway cattle are one of Scotland’s oldest native breeds and are renowned for the benefits they have for farmers, local communities, and the biodiversity of the natural environment. That’s in addition to being recognised by top chefs across the world for their exquisite taste and outstanding quality.
A family favourite, Specially Selected Scotch Wagyu Burgers, will also be returning to Aldi Scotland on 31st March whilst stocks last. Wagyu is known for it’s sublime, almost buttery taste and at £3.29 for 2 burgers it’s un-burger-lievable value.
Great for grilling, and fabulous fried, the Specially Selected Scotch Wagyu Burgers can be topped with award-winning Specially Selected Scottish Vintage Cheddar (£1.35, 200g) and even Specially Selected Scottish Bacon (£1.99, 240g) for the ultimate meat feast.
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Aldi currently works with over 90 Scottish suppliers, stocking 450 Scottish products and are constantly looking to bring more of what Scotland’s vibrant food and drink industry has to offer to their customers.
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