Supermarket shopping has changed drastically during the UK lockdown. Stores have been updating their rules and policies while shoppers get used to venturing out only for the essentials because of the coronavirus. However, with food being one of the main sources of joy as people stay at home, Aldi’s latest news about a returning product has made its customers very happy. 


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The budget supermarket shared the update on its Facebook page with a cheesy joke that soon got its followers talking. 

Aldi wrote: “No one:

“Absolutely no one:

“Aldi’s marketing department: ‘Hallou’ is it ‘mi’ you’re looking for.”

The store revealed that its Specially Selected pack of two halloumi burgers was back in stock. 

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The popular veggie burgers are just £2.29 a pack, making it just £1.15 per burger. 

Many people have been making the best of being stuck indoors by firing up the barbecue in the good weather, as well as baking and sharing their home cooked dinners. 

With food shops being one of the only places still open on the high street and as pubs and restaurants remain closed, customers are getting creative in the kitchen to recreate their favourite dinners out. 

Aldi’s vegetarian burgers are an easy way to make your own “takeaway” meal. 

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The tongue-in-cheek Facebook post has already had over 10,000 comments and almost a thousand shares as customers delight at the news. 

One commented: “They’re fab. Aldi have the best range of Veggie/ Vegan options.”

Even non-vegetarians were excited to see that they were back. 

Another commented: “Great veggie and vegan options (and no we aren’t either). Really tasty… The no beef burgers are fabulous and these…. Some of the best out there.”


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Others said they’d be adding them to their beef burgers for a cheesy twist. 

“Ohhh they would go lovely as the cheese bit on an actual burger,” commented one fan. 

Continuing with the theme, Aldi shared a new burger recipe on Twitter this weekend. 

This time it was a vegan recipe, using sweet potato and chickpeas. 

Aldi wrote on Twitter: “A takeaway-inspired treat without all the sins! Our Vegan Sweet Potato Burger is the perfect treat to indulge on this weekend.”

The store posted the full recipe, which serves four people, on its website. 

The supermarket has been sharing lots of memes and suggestions for “#lockdownlife” with ideas for how to have takeaway-style food at home by shopping its range. 

It has also been posting updates about its opening hours, which have been changing as lockdown continues, with the majority of stores now open until 10pm. 

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