Aldi trials new Has No gluten-free range

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Aldi has launched a range of gluten-free own label products in the UK for the first time.

Products are being trialled under the Has No brand as Special Buys at selected stores and include a range of ambient soups in flavours such as chicken and sage, tomato and red pepper and mushroom.

The range is also available in Aldi stores in Australia and America.

Aldi recently trademarked the Has No logo under sections covering ready meals, snacks, rice, pasta, muesli, grains, beer and lager.

It also looks set to extend its range of ready meals with a vegetarian line called Mae’s Kitchen, after trademarking a logo containing the line ‘Mae’s Kitchen - The meat Free Choice’. The brand is trademarked in categories relating to fresh and frozen ready meals containing vegetables, meat substitutes, nuts and pulses.

It also registered the brand name Med+Life under the category for plasters and bandages.

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  • Hi i tryed the ultimate gluten free pork sausages by ashfield farm.
    I saw a advert in one of the national papers and looked in store. They are exerlent . I purchased three packs and put two packs in the freezer..
    Unfortunatlty i have nott seen since
    I think this is exerlent news

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  • As a huge Aldi fan I was delighted to see Has No bread suddenly appear in my local store recently. I tried both the white and multiseed and the white especially makes lovely toast although all wheat free breads are very dry to use for a sandwich and this is no different. Also tried to soups which were on a special and they are lovely, highly recommend the Chicken & Sage! Just wish Aldi did more of the range that they have on their Australian website like the breakfast cereals. The prices are cheaper than other major supermarkets for their wheat free products so PLEASE, PLEASE Aldi, can we have more soon???? Many thanks

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  • I've heard that the Has No bread is being trialled in only some stores. Are there plans to put it out to all stores?

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  • Always looking for some new products in Aldi Ireland as bread is so nice and still waiting for some more products? Any chance of more products please as have to go to other shops for G/F sausages hope more of a selection arrives soon!

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  • The HAS NO gluten free soups were FANTASTIC. Also please bring back your delicious rye bread and if it is possible to sell more gluten free food, then please do .

    Thank you

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  • Just been diagnosed as a celiac so need gluton & wheat free products so I will be visiting my local Aldi store today. I am desperate to find products that are cheaper and ones that my husband will like as well which will make my life far easier. In my opinion most supermarkets are just not supplying enough products so come on Aldi show them how we can eat well at a reasonable price! Take note this market is going to be HUGE! along with customers looking for fresh foods or without the nasties added. Can supermarkets afford to ignore this problem any longer?

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  • do you have a gluten free range in your Poole or Bournemouth stores

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  • We are in Australia for four months the Aldi here has a brilliant range of gluten free the biscuits are the best I have tasted and so much cheaper then the other supermarkets if the UK could do the same range it would be great people would buy it from you to save a bit on their shopping bills.

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  • Have been told buy my local Aldi that they have discontinued the gluten free bread. Why would you do this when it is the best tasting gluten free bread on the market!! This is madness and you need to re think this decision

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  • I live in Hazel grove Cheshire, am 70, just been diagnosed as Celiac, am a regular Aldi customer, what GF products are in my local store please. ?

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