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Aldi: Almost 70% higher price for yoghurt, quark and butter

At Aldi, prices continue to rise.
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Aldi is raising its prices due to rising supplier costs. Dairy products are particularly affected.

A sample from the “Lebensmittelzeitung” (LZ) showed that the prices of quark with 40% fat and cream of quark with chocolate increased from 59 to 99 cents, or 68%.

Competition from Rewe, Edeka, Penny, Lidl and Co. is expected to adjust their prices accordingly in the near future.

Inflation and rising supplier prices don’t stop with supermarket products. Prices in discounters and companies continue to rise. At Aldi, there are almost 70 percent price increases for individual products.

Discount brands and branded products from Aldi North and South are affected, but sometimes only in one of the two groups of companies. Prices are rising, especially for dairy products, as reported by the “Lebensmittelzeitung”. The competition is also expected to adjust their prices accordingly in the near future.

Butter, quark and yogurt are rising in price

A sample from the “Lebensmittelzeitung” (LZ) showed that the prices of quark with 40% fat and cream of quark with chocolate increased from 59 to 99 cents, or 68%. The price of the 250 gram pack of organic quark increased by 30 cents to 1.05 euros in one week.

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In addition to own brands, branded dairy products are also particularly affected. Fruchtzwerge yogurt now costs 1.79 euros instead of 1.59 euros. The price of a package of children’s bars has increased by 20 cents to 2.39 euros. The Kerry Gold Butter in the 250 gram package now costs 3.19 euros from Aldi Nord. At Lidl, the price of butter has even risen to 3.29, according to the “LZ”.

At the request of “LZ”, Aldi commented on the price increases: “Supplier prices have been increasing for months in almost all product groups, sometimes in a clearly double-digit percentage range.” growing.

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