Aldi Scotland is marking Burns Night with a Specialnights line including Macaulay’s and Simon Howie haggis.
Available at all 102 Scottish stores from 13th January, the range will offer both the traditional fare and a vegetarian haggis option available for only 99p (offer available 13 – 25 January).
Simon Howie’s Gluten Free Haggis will also be available for £1.99.
The supermarket is also honouring celebrations for the country’s foremost poet with an exclusive Burns Supper Super Six veg offering, complete with tatties, neeps and all the trimmings supplied by local producers from just 35p.
Furthermore, customers can pick up a Specially Selected Chieftain Haggis from Simon Howie for £2.99, while the multi award-winning Glen Marnoch 12-year-old Speyside Single Malt has been reduced to £17.99 (offer available 13th – 25th Jan).
The retailer is also bringing Punjab Pakora’s Iron Brew Pakora (£1.79) back on the shelves, along with Punjab Pakora’s Haggis Pakora (£1.49), Curried Haggis Bites by Simon Howie (£1.99) and Bell’s Steak and Haggis Pie (£2.99) all included in the retailer’s Best of Scotland range.
Graham Nicolson, Group Buying Director, Aldi Scotland, said: “Burns Night is our chance to celebrate everything which is great about Scotland, and this year our Burns Night range has something for everyone.
“As well as offering great prices on classic dishes, we are offering vegetarian and gluten-free options, as well as some more unique Scots’ products like Iron Brew Pakora and Curried Haggis Bites.
“In 2021 we continued to underline our commitment to Scottish suppliers and produce, supplying over 450 Scottish products from over 90 local suppliers to our shoppers.”
Simon Howie, Owner of Simon Howie Foods, added: “We are delighted to work with a supermarket that has Scottish provenance at its core and we value Aldi’s commitment to supporting Scottish suppliers.
“Burns Night is one of the most important dates on the food calendar for us, and we are thrilled to bring Aldi customers such an exciting range of Burns Supper favourites.”