· Aldi is launching the Specially Selected Wood Fired British Wagyu Pizza for less than £4 in a supermarket first
· The premium pizza is launching on 9th February alongside the new Valentine’s steak range, featuring premium cuts of Wagyu from just £5.49
Crust in time for Valentine’s Day, Aldi is launching a supermarket first, pairing one of the most premium meats in the world with a delicious sourdough base in the form of its brand new Specially Selected Gastro Wood Fired British Wagyu Pizza (£3.99, 455g).
The dough is hand-stretched by skilled artisans and baked in a traditional wood-fire pizza oven. The beautiful base is then topped with rich, shredded Wagyu beef brisket and smothered in a deliciously sweet, dark teriyaki sauce and caramelised onions. Enough to bake shoppers go wild!
The news comes as Aldi has announced its popular Specially Selected Wagyu steak range is back in stores from 9th February, with prices starting from a phenomenally low £5.49 – whilst prices commonly range from £48 to £165 on the menus of the world’s top restaurants.
The range includes Wagyu Rump Steak (£5.49*, 227g), melt-in-the-mouth Wagyu Fillet Steak (£7.48*, 170g) luxury Wagyu Ribeye Steak (£6.98*, 227g), or delicious Wagyu Sirlion Steak (£6.47*, 227g). Shoppers can enjoy with sumptuous sides such as indulgent Specially Selected Triple Cooked Chips (£1.99, 400g) or gorgeously gooey Specially Selected Cauliflower Cheese (£2.49, 450g).
As part of Aldi’s meat-tastic Valentine’s offering the supermarket is also launching Specially Selected Sirloin and Ribeye Twinpack Steaks with Pink Peppercorn Butters (£6.99, 2 pack), ideal for a romantic meal for two – the pink heart peppercorn butters adds the perfect Valentine’s touch! The succulently rich steaks are carefully matured for 36 days for a fantastic full flavour and all for an unbelievable price of less than £3.50 each.
Aldi’s Valentine’s Day Wagyu and wider steak offering will be available in stores from February 9th.
For further information, images or to request a sample, please contact the Aldi press team on: firstname.lastname@example.org
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