Aldi Australia has shared its 10 most popular products as voted by shoppers, with nappies, full cream milk, tinned salmon and high protein bread all making the cut.
The discount supermarket is looking to narrow the top 10 list down to one MVP – or Most Valuable Product – by asking customers to share why they love one particular item in 25 words or less.
It’s not known when the winner will be announced, or how many votes have already been cast, but there are a broad range of contenders to choose from.
Aldi Australia has shared its 10 most popular products as voted by the fans, with nappies, full cream milk, tinned salmon and protein bread making the cut (pictured)
The Inner Goodness Unsweetened Almond Milk ($2.19) has been presented as a dairy-free alternative that is 98.5 per cent fat free and low in cholesterol.
But that doesn’t mean Australians are neglecting their regular cow’s milk, with Just Organic Full Cream Milk ($1.79) making the list, made exclusively on Aussie farms.
Still in the dairy section is Beautifully Butterfully Salted Butter ($2.79) which is made with no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
The discount supermarket is looking to narrow the top 10 list down to one MVP – or Most Valuable Product – by asking customers to share why they love one particular item in 25 words or less
Bakers Life Lower Carb, Higher Protein Bread is low GI, 85 per cent lower in carbohydrates, 55 per cent higher in fibre, with 50 per cent less sugar and a five-star health rating
For those preparing a BBQ dinner Brannans Butchery Thin Sausages ($4/kg) come highly recommended, and are made with fresh pork, chicken and beef.
They can be served with a side of Deli Originals Hummus Dip ($4.99) and Bakers Life Lower Carb, Higher Protein Bread ($5) which is low GI, 85 per cent lower in carbohydrates, 55 per cent higher in fibre, with 50 per cent less sugar and a five-star health rating.
Sustainably sourced Ocean Rise Flavoured Salmon (starting from $2) is the overall favourite tinned fish, and is a great source of omega-3 and protein.
Parents have voted for Mamia Fragrance Free Baby Wipes ($7.99) and Mamia Junior Unisex Nappies 16-25kg ($9.99) or their children which are made Down Under.
Aldi Mobile (plans starting from $25) is the final big name choice on the list with the company calling it a ‘big telco coverage with Aldi prices’.
Australian mothers have also been raving about Aldi’s $13.99 barbecue pork ribs, calling them the ‘best’ they’ve ever eaten and a ‘staple’ in the freezer.
A woman from Perth sparked a conversation on social media after posting pictures of her mouth-watering Farmwood Marinated Pork Ribs, which are covered in a ‘sweet and smokey’ barbecue sauce.
‘All I can say is wow. Shut up and take my money. These ribs are delicious… so easy to cook and the meat falls off the bone,’ she said.
‘On the plate is one pack, which has one rack so it’s a big serving. You must try them.’
It wasn’t long before other women said they had tried them – and fed them to their families – and would repurchase them again ‘in a heartbeat’.
A woman from Perth sparked a conversation on social media after posting pictures of her mouth-watering Farmwood Marinated Pork Ribs
Another woman uses Aldi’s Mediterranean Delite Garlic Dip and Colway Caramelised Onion Relish to season her spaghetti bolognese sauce, giving the combination a ‘thumbs up’ of approval.
‘I use about three-quarter’s of a jar of the onion relish and half of the garlic dip for a kilo of mince… I just add until it is to your taste,’ she said.
While they’re not traditionally products that would be mixed into a bolognese, the additions came with high praise from the online Aldi community.
The woman uses Mediterranean Delite Garlic Dip ($3.50) and Colway Caramelised Onion Relish ($2.69) to season her tomato-filled pasta sauce (pictured)
‘Omg that garlic dip is to die for and so yummy,’ one woman said.
‘The garlic dip is going to disappear at this rate! It’s literally life changing,’ said another.
A third added: ‘I really like the relish on its own so I’ll have to try it mixed with the dip. Good thinking!’
You can find the top 10 Aldi products by visiting the website here.