Aldi confirms discontinued fan favorite as customers beg to ‘please’ bring it back

CUSTOMERS are shocked to learn Aldi has discontinued a popular summer item.

The specially selected vegan brioche buns were a staple for many until the giant grocery chain dumped them.

Aldi has confirmed that it will no longer offer the vegan brioche buns


Aldi has confirmed that it will no longer offer the vegan brioche bunsPhoto credit: Getty

Shoppers have demanded that the buns should be “a regular item” and not an Aldi find.

The Aldi Find is an area of ​​the store where products change by season, price and more.

Aldi confirmed via Twitter that the fan favorite has been discontinued after shoppers begged to get it back.

When asked by a Twitter user to bring her back, Aldi replied: “I’m taking notes for our team!”

Aldi is bringing back the fan favorite after customers begged to keep it'all year round'
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Products can fall into the abyss for many reasons, but probably it is due to the low sales and prices.

Because shelf space is a major expense for grocers, when a product can no longer compete for sales, stores must adapt.

Another item that has finally disappeared from the popular retailer is the pretzel bagels.

The bagels were made under one of his private labels, L’oven Fresh, and makes bread and baked goods.

They were sold in six-packs and reportedly had 260 calories per serving.

The grocery chain has also discontinued the popular Brookdale Corned Beef Hash.

As a result, the product had the same USDA facility number as Hormel’s hash product Dave’s closet blog.

The hash was also discontinued from Aldi shelves and Amazon delivery.

Another item to get the ax is the popular box of bread mix.

The box of bread mix yielded a dozen full-size muffins.

Bakers simply mix the mixture with water, oil and an egg before putting it in the oven.


Aldi is slashing prices on over 250 items to help shoppers save as grocery costs soar.

The grocery chain has set a goal of saving Americans $60 million to fight inflation and other economic pressures.

While most discounts range from 50 cents to a dollar, the savings will likely add up.

For example, one product that had a huge hit was the Fremont Fish Market Value Pack Tilapia Filets.

The new price drop takes them from $8.99 to $8.19, which is a bargain for a weeknight dinner.


While Wednesday is the day to snag new finds, some of the most popular and heavily discounted items can also be snagged on Tuesday evening.

In addition, you can also shop online for pickup or shopping Delivery and still get access to rebates and discounts for added convenience.

Customers with the Aldi app on their iPhone or Android can access a range of additional benefits.

The app offers weekly ads full of coupons with up-to-date lists of Aldi Finds items.

On top of the offers, you can get extra savings by using cashback and couponing apps that accept Aldi receipts.

And should something go wrong when buying Aldi, you benefit from the extremely generous condition Twice as beautiful return policy.

You are guaranteed a replacement item and your money back on returns.

If you’re following a gluten-free diet, Aldi also offers a wide range of quality gluten-free products, including meals, snacks and desserts at great prices.

The US Sun has tried four plastic paraphernalia including Walmart and Aldi – the results of the ‘snatch test’ are good news for bargain hunters.

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Also, an Aldi Superfan scored 21 “Summer Finds” starting at $1.49.

Zack Zwiezen

Zack Zwiezen is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Zack Zwiezen joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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