Aldi’s popular French cheese is back on the shelves – and a new variety is added that is already sold out
- Aldi’s popular Le Pave cheese has returned to store shelves across Australia
- The 200 gram cubes of decadent, creamy cheese had sold out twice before
- French cheese is said to be better than expensive alternatives
- The $ 5.99 purchase reissue was accompanied by a new Le Pico cheese
Foodies are delighted to see the return of a wildly popular Aldi cheese that has sold out twice before.
The 200g blocks of Le Pave cheese were discontinued on store shelves in Australia for over a year.
The French cheese has a decadent, creamy texture and is said to be better than the popular French cheese, D’Affinois, which is three times the price.
This time, the $ 5.99 purchase comes with a new Le Pico cheese made from goat’s milk.
Aldi Australia has re-released their wildly popular Le Pave cheese (right) after being discontinued for over a year, and this time a new Le Pico cheese made from goat’s milk was also added to store shelves (left)
The two products were noticed by loyal Aldi customers who shared the news on social media.
‘Pave is back !!! And it brought a friend! A woman wrote online sharing an image with Aldi Mums’ Facebook group.
“My prayers have been answered,” one customer said, sharing her enthusiasm, while another added, “Yes! It’s been a year now. ‘
The Le Pico cheese is also already popular and sold out.
The two products were noticed by loyal Aldi customers who shared the news on social media
Both cheeses are ideal to enjoy on a baguette or with crackers and quince paste on a pasture dish
Both cheeses are ideal to enjoy on a baguette or with crackers and quince paste on a pasture dish.
D’Affinois’ alternative cheese retails for up to $ 18 in major supermarkets – a figure that’s more than three times the $ 5.99 price of Aldi’s Le Pave.
“We are proud of the award-winning cheese range that Aldi offers, including our popular Le Pave cheese,” an Aldi spokesperson previously told Daily Mail Australia.
Le Pave is produced in the Pays de la Loire region of France by one of the largest remaining dairy cooperatives in the country. To guarantee quality, the product is shipped weekly by air freight to Australia. ‘