Tirma, mojo or guava: these Canarian products are still available in all the Aldi of the Peninsula

The Canary Islands have always reflected their unique culture and gastronomy, more disparate from that of the rest of the Iberian Peninsula. With regard to food products, many are typical of this region that, once you leave the island territory, is impossible or very difficult to find. Therefore, Aldi has placed this as its Canary Islands special week leaving up to nine products available to all who long for the lucky islands.

Mojo, cheese or keke are just some of the items that are attracting the most attention in Aldi supermarkets on the Iberian Peninsula these days. A form of bring the Canary Islands closer to the rest of Spain, while betting on affordable prices for all types of pockets.

And it is that the German chain, faithful to its idea of ​​giving the greatest possible savings to its consumers, has placed these products from just 1 euro. This is the case of chocolate wafers Ambrosías Tirma that Canaries defend so much with respect to other brands of the competition, much more popular in other Spanish regions.

But in addition to this popular island brand, Aldi has also positioned the guava as one of its star ingredients this week. On cake O cream, this fruit is about € 1.59 and € 1.15, respectively, to enjoy the Canary Islands either eating it alone or adding it to other products.

On the other hand, two items so difficult to find outside the islands such as the goat cheese typical canary and the banana keke they also appear in German supermarkets. The first is found in its cured paprika variety, made in Fuerteventura, under the Moxarata brand at a price of 3,99 euros the wedge of 225 grams. The second is cheaper, at 2,95 euros, with banana flavor with honey rum that leaves the most popular sponge cake in the Canary Islands within the reach of all Spaniards.

Finally, sauces are the star dish par excellence of this product catalog. With the mojo picón and the Green Mojito on the front, in 200 gram jars per 1,69 euros, Aldi also has almogrote Y canary spicy. Two sauces to dress any dish that are also sold in 200-gram containers, although in the case of the first one for 4,95 euros (the second is also for 1.69 euros).

Until when are the Canarian products

No news of whether this series of products will continue once the Canary Islands special week at Aldi ends, for now the chain’s offers are only available until this Sunday, June 13th. The most practical way to bring the Canary Islands closer to the Iberian Peninsula, although the German company always recommends checking in advance with the nearest establishment if the items still have enough stock.

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