Aldi's UK business is bringing fusion innovation to the country with the introduction of chilli con carne meatballs and mac & cheese chicken Kiev.
The launch follows the successful introduction earlier this year of the UK’s 'first ever' chicken katsu Kiev.
Announcing the launch, Aldi said the mac & cheese Kiev combines two of the UK's favourite comfort foods. It is made with British chicken and will be available for £1.59 for a pack of two.
The Aldi chilli con carne beef meatballs are made with British beef and blended with red kidney beans, chilli sauce, tomatoes and red jalapenos for what the company described as a "unique twist on a family favourite". The SKU will be available for £1.99 for 350g.
The company is also bringing its sustainable fish range, 'What's the Catch', back to stores. Developed to support British fisheries in sourcing sustainable alternatives to traditional white fish, the range includes four, easy-to-cook white fish alternatives including; Whiting, Gurnard, Pouting and Megrim Sole - for £1.99. Known as “by-catch”, these species are often caught while fishing for cod, haddock and sole.