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The 10 products named BEST by thousands of customers in Aldi Australia

Aldi shoppers have named the top 10 in-store products for 2020, including a $ 4.49 ‘heavenly’ cheese and the $ 1.29 cleaning buy that always sells out.

As many as 300,000 shoppers were asked to nominate the products they can’t get enough of in the retailer’s 2020 People’s Picks Awards.

After weeks of voting for their favorite items, the discounted grocery chain announced the winners in 10 categories – including BBQ, snacks, fridge and pantry.

Aldi shoppers have named the top 10 in-store products for 2020, including a $ 4.49 'heavenly' cheese and the $ 1.29 cleaning product that always sells out (the top 10 in the photo)

Aldi shoppers have named the top 10 in-store products for 2020, including a $ 4.49 ‘heavenly’ cheese and the $ 1.29 cleaning product that always sells out (the top 10 in the photo)

Aldi Australia’s top 10 winners of the People’s Picks Awards 2020

The life of the party: Emporium Selection Brie or Camembert Cheese 200g – $ 4.49

The BBQ Boss: The Fishmonger Fresh Salmon Fillet, 4 pieces – $ 11.99

The Couch Companion: Monarc Utopia Mini Variety Pack, Pack of 12 – $ 4.99

The MVP: Beautifully Buttery Salted Butter 250g – $ 2.79

The Time Lord: Bakers Life Mini Whole Wheat Wraps, 8 Pieces – $ 1.89

The health guru: Forrester Natural Almonds 750g – $ 9.99

The Everyday Glow: Essential Health Paw Paw Ointment 25g – $ 2.79

The early bird: Bakers Life Croissants – $ 2.19

The Cleaning Whiz: Di San Oxy Action PreWash Stain Remover 500ml – $ 1.29

The Lunchbox Legend: Blackstone Vegetable Straws 110g – $ 2.29

The Fishmonger Fresh Salmon Fillet four pack, $ 11.99, took first place in the 'BBQ Boss' category (pictured)

The Fishmonger Fresh Salmon Fillet four pack, $ 11.99, took first place in the 'BBQ Boss' category (pictured)

In the 'Life of the Party' bracket, Aldi's Emporium Selection Brie or Camembert Cheese, which costs only $ 4.49, was crowned the winner (pictured)

In the 'Life of the Party' bracket, Aldi's Emporium Selection Brie or Camembert Cheese, which costs only $ 4.49, was crowned the winner (pictured)

The Fishmonger Fresh Salmon Fillet four pack, $ 11.99, took first place in the ‘BBQ Boss’ category (left); In the ‘Life of the Party’ bracket, Aldi’s Emporium Selection Brie or Camembert Cheese, which costs only $ 4.49, was crowned the winner (right)

“We work closely with local growers, producers and partners every day to create and deliver products that deliver flavor, quality and value,” said Aldi’s shopping expert Nicole Higgins.

‘Once a product is on the shelf, we know for sure that it is of the highest quality, for a fraction of the price. The People’s Picks is our way of saying “don’t take our word for it!” ‘

She added: ‘This year’s picks are excellent recommendations and certainly items that should be on everyone’s shopping list.

“We love to see our customers share their rave reviews after traveling to ALDI and can’t wait to hear what Aussies think about this year’s list.”

Several bread items were nominated as winners, including Bakers Life Mini Wholegrain Wraps ($ 1.89 for an 8-pack; photo)

Several bread items were nominated as winners, including Bakers Life Mini Wholegrain Wraps ($ 1.89 for an 8-pack; photo)

Bakers Life croissants ($ 2.19; photo) also won in the breakfast category as many people pick first thing in the morning

Bakers Life croissants ($ 2.19; photo) also won in the breakfast category as many people pick first thing in the morning

Several bread items were nominated as winners, including Bakers Life Mini Wholegrain Wraps ($ 1.89 for an 8-pack; left) and Bakers Life croissants ($ 2.19; right), which are the favorite breakfast choice for many people.

The 'MVP' or Most Valuable Player at Aldi was considered their Beautifully Butterfully Salted Butter for $ 2.79 (pictured)

The 'MVP' or Most Valuable Player at Aldi was considered their Beautifully Butterfully Salted Butter for $ 2.79 (pictured)

The awards also pertained to a 'Health Guru' category, which named Forresters' Natural Almonds ($ 9.99) the best product you can buy in the store (photo)

The awards also pertained to a 'Health Guru' category, which named Forresters' Natural Almonds ($ 9.99) the best product you can buy in the store (photo)

The ‘MVP’ or Most Valuable Player at Aldi was considered their Beautifully Butterfully Salted Butter for $ 2.79 (left); The awards also covered a ‘Health Guru’ category, which named Forresters’ Natural Amonds ($ 9.99) the best product you can buy in the store (right)

The Fishmonger Fresh Salmon Fillet four pack, $ 11.99, took first place in the ‘BBQ Boss’ category, beating out other popular Aldi products, including the Jindurra Beef Eye Fillet and Brannan’s Bakery Chicken Thigh Steaks.

In the ‘Life of the Party’ category, Aldi’s Emporium Selection Brie or Camembert Cheese, which costs just $ 4.49, was crowned the winner.

Aldi’s cheese has garnered rave reviews over the years, with many saying it’s better than expensive French varieties.

Bakers Life Mini Wholegrain Wraps ($ 1.89 for an 8-pack) was another budget winner, winning the ‘Time Lord’ category, while the ‘MVP’ or most valuable player at Aldi was considered their Beautifully Butterfully Salted Butter for $ 2.79.

For cleaning, customers relied on the humble Di San Oxy Action PreWash Stain Remover 500ml ($ 1.29; photo)

For cleaning, customers relied on the humble Di San Oxy Action PreWash Stain Remover 500ml ($ 1.29; photo)

The Essential Health Paw Paw Ointment ($ 2.79) was voted best in the 'Daily Glow' category, with customers revealing they use it for everything (photo)

The Essential Health Paw Paw Ointment ($ 2.79) was voted best in the 'Daily Glow' category, with customers revealing they use it for everything (photo)

For cleaning, shoppers relied on the modest Di San Oxy Action PreWash Stain Remover 500ml ($ 1.29; left); The Essential Health Paw Paw Ointment ($ 2.79) was named best in the ‘Daily Glow’ category, with customers revealing they use it for everything from chapped lips to dry skin and eczema (right)

It wasn’t just refrigerators and pantries that were included in the People’s Picks.

The awards also pertained to a ‘Health Guru’ category, with customers finding Forresters Natural Almonds ($ 9.99) as the best store-bought product.

For those who love beauty, Aldi is proof that you don’t have to spend a fortune to look and feel good.

The Essential Health Paw Paw Ointment ($ 2.79) was voted best in the ‘Daily Glow’ category, with customers revealing they use it for everything from chapped lips to dry skin and eczema.

The go-to product for men and women packing lunch boxes are the Blackstone Vegetable Straw Chips 110g ($ 2.29; pictured)

The go-to product for men and women packing lunch boxes are the Blackstone Vegetable Straw Chips 110g ($ 2.29; pictured)

In Aldi's 'Couch Companion' category, their Monarc Utopia Mini Variety Pack with Ice Creams ($ 4.99; photo) was considered the best

In Aldi's 'Couch Companion' category, their Monarc Utopia Mini Variety Pack with Ice Creams ($ 4.99; photo) was considered the best

The go-to product for men and women packing lunch boxes are the Blackstone Vegetable Straw Chips 110g ($ 2.29; left); In Aldi’s ‘Couch Companion’ category, their Monarc Utopia Mini Variety Pack with Ice Creams ($ 4.99; right) was considered the best

For cleaning, buyers relied on the humble Di San Oxy Action PreWash Stain Remover 500ml ($ 1.29).

And the go-to product for men and women packing lunch boxes are the Blackstone Vegetable Straw Chips 110g ($ 2.29).

Finally, in Aldi’s ‘Couch Companion’ category, their Monarc Utopia Mini Variety Pack with Ice Creams ($ 4.99) was considered the best.

The Bakers Life croissants ($ 2.19) also won an award, with thousands saying the croissants are their go-to breakfast.

The retailer is known for being very picky about the products he sells, with each item going through a rigorous quality control process before reaching your local store.

As part of the product development process, each product is created and formulated by the company’s purchasing teams and business partners, assessed by the Quality Assurance technicians, and then tasted by the sampling teams, including Aldi’s CEO Tom Daunt.

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