Aldi is releasing a vegan Easter egg with Ferrero Rocher-style chocolates

Read Time:   |  1st March 2019

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Budget supermarket Aldi is adding new products to its vegan range in the UK this Easter with the launch of a vegan Easter egg complete with Ferrero Rocher-style hazelnut truffles.

aldi vegan easter egg

Supermarkets are on a mission to outdo each other this year with their vegan Easter egg offerings, and budget supermarket Aldi is getting in on the action with the launch of a brand new dairy-free egg.

The Organic Moser Roth Free-From Egg (£4.99) is brand-new offering from Aldi’s Moser Roth range made with organic ingredients. The eggs contain no traces of milk and are made from 65% cocoa dark chocolate for a rich and intense flavour.

The vegan egg comes complete with a selection of deliciously smooth hazelnut truffles made from rice powder instead of wheat that are reminiscent of the popular chocolate hazelnut truffles from Ferrero Rocher.

Sainsbury’s supermarket is also keen to give vegans even more choice with the release of a bright pink dairy-free white chocolate and strawberry Easter egg into it’s Free From range.

sainsbury's vegan white chocolate strawberry easter egg

The egg, which is priced at £3.50, is a tasty an alternative to white chocolate and is made with real strawberry to give the egg it’s eye-catching colour. Not only is the egg dairy-free, but it’s also gluten-free too.

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