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Bon Appétit! Pains au Chocolat 6pk/270g $1.99 (Was $3) | Moser Roth Chocolate Assorted 5pk/125g $1.99 (Was $2.69) @ ALDI


Seems like a pretty good deal especially now that it's $1 cheaper.

Similar product is 4pk/220g $3.5 in Coles.

Premium chocolate, available in Milk, Caramel, Dark Caramel Sea Salt or White Madagascan Vanilla.

Moser Roth Chocolate Assorted Varieties 5pk/125g $1.99 (Was $2.69) @ ALDI

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  • -3 votes

    there. are. great.

  • +2 votes

    Friends, maybe it's just me but I've always disliked the taste of aldi bread, it has this sort of fermented alcoholic taste and pretty weak chocolate distribution.

  • +9 votes

    i'm french and that is not pain au chocolat …

  • +2 votes

    These are tasty, but iirc, each one is individually wrapped in plastic.

    • +2 votes

      Collect the plastic and take it to a Redcycle recycling bin.

      Even though Aldi

      are committed to minimising all the waste we produce

      You need to go to Coles or Woolworths because Aldi doesn't care about plastic recycling.

      • -2 votes

        Newsflash: No one does in OZ as councils/companies simply offload the issue to the 3rd world, by shipping waste there.

        Unless & until we build local recycling facilities to deal with out own crap this with continue to occur.

        • +3 votes

          My daughter is WOKE to this after being told by her private left leaning school to bring all of our recycling into the school where they apparently have a real recycler who picks it up. What I’ve told her the past ten years meant nothing.

        • +2 votes

          Soft plastic recycling is done locally https://www.redcycle.net.au/faqs/


          Newsflash: No one does in OZ as councils/companies simply offload the issue to the 3rd world, by shipping waste there.

          I didn't know that Australia was the third world.
          When did that change?

          Where does the collected soft plastic end up?
          We bring the collected plastic back to our facility for initial processing, then it is delivered to Australian manufacturer Replas where it undergoes an incredible transformation. Replas uses the material as the resource to produce a huge range of recycled-plastic products, from fitness circuits to sturdy outdoor furniture, to bollards, signage and more. All products are extremely robust, as well as water and termite resistant. They won’t crack, splinter or rot and will never need painting. Replas products are perfect for use in schools, park, public spaces and commercial premises


    I love these!


    I love these too but the question is why it never gets mould compare to other normal bread? preservatives chemical used?


    "pain au Chocolat"


    Really, I still have two bags in my fridge.