Aldi Launches Domino’s Inspired Pizzas And Home Delivery Service

Aldi Launches Domino’s Inspired Pizzas And Home Delivery Service

Discount supermarket giant Aldi is set to make a significant splash in the world of pizza with its new ‘Ultimate Takeaway’ range, inspired by Domino’s, and its very first home pizza delivery service.

Aldi’s ‘Ultimate Takeaway’ range offers an array of mouthwatering flavors, including ‘The Meaty One,’ featuring sausage and meatball toppings, and ‘The Texas Style BBQ Chicken and Bacon,’ inspired by Domino’s Texas BBQ, all at an attractive price point of £3.99 each.

To make this exciting pizza offering even more accessible to customers, Aldi is launching its pizza delivery service on October 3rd, starting in Manchester, Edinburgh, and Cardiff, strategically timed to coincide with Fresher’s week.

Customers in selected postcodes can pre-book delivery time slots between 5 pm and 9 pm through, and the best part? No delivery charges apply.

For pizza lovers residing outside these initial locations, fear not. The ‘Ultimate Takeaway’ range will be available across the entire UK starting from October 9th.

Julie Ashfield, Managing Director of Buying at Aldi UK, expressed her excitement about this venture, stating, “With prices of takeaways soaring, we’re excited to be able to offer shoppers delicious pizzas at a fraction of the price of expensive high-street chains. The quality ingredients and affordable price of the Ultimate Takeaway range will no doubt change people’s idea of the supermarket pizza. Better yet, we’re thrilled to be able to deliver this product hit to shoppers’ doors and truly treat our customers to the full takeaway experience.”

This bold move by Aldi represents an exciting development in the ever-evolving landscape of the food technology industry, further demonstrating the supermarket’s commitment to providing high-quality, affordable options to its customers.


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