If you’ve found nappies from Aldi are slightly less absorbent than they used to be, you’re not alone…
Easily some of the best value single-use nappies on the market, coming in at 5p each, Aldi nappies are normally loved among parents.
However, the award-winning nappies have been changed to be less absorbent according to some unhappy parents.
Some also claim they are actually now smaller leading to more leaks.
Aldi has denied that the new batch has less absorbency, and say they are proud of their product.
Despite this, one mum wrote on Facebook: “I use both 4 and 4+ for my twins but opened a packet of 4+ that I bought last week and they are different from what they normally are.
“The feeling is different (softer), the green is paler and most importantly they are smaller and less absorbent (as I found out this morning as my daughter was wet through and this has never happened) than they usually are.
“There also seems to be less stretch in the fasteners.
“You can also see in the second picture that if I match up the line of the green waistband at the back, the waistband is longer but the actual absorbent ‘nappy bit’ is significantly smaller.”
One mum explained she’s had to ‘move onto Tesco Fred and Flo nappies’ because her daughter was ‘soaking through’ since around ‘a month ago’.
The store defended their product saying: “As the UK’s largest own-label nappy brand, our customers buy over a billion award-winning Mamia nappies each year.
“We made some improvements to our nappies last year, including improving absorbency and ensuring a more even distribution of fluid to give a better fit and reduce sagging.
“We’re always grateful for customer feedback, which helps with future product development.”
Have you experienced leaky Aldi nappies recently too?
M&S is doing a special festive Colin the Caterpillar for Christmas this year
I need this!
M&S has already announced the release of some festive bangers this year, including a light-up snow globe gin with glittery edible gold, as well as a Percy Pig advent calendar.
Well, it seems they’ve been saving the best until last, with the retailer announcing a special festive Colin the Caterpillar cake along with the rest of its range this week.
The special Christmas Colin comes complete with a Santa hat, candy holly leaves, white chocolate Christmas baubles and chocolate presents.
Underneath all this festive decoration is the same old delicious Colin, with chocolate sponge roll filled with a choc buttercream and smothered in more chocolate.
According to M&S he serves 10 – although I could definitely polish this off by myself – and he’ll set you back £10 in store.
And he isn’t the only Christmas dessert from M&S this year, as you can also grab some traditional mince pies for £1.50, or a Chocolate Orange Christmas Pudding for £12 – filled with oozy chocolate and orange sauce inside.
There’s also shimmery profiteroles, which M&S are calling Golden Balls, for £12, and the Giant Gold Bullion Bar (£20) is returning this year in a new supersized form.
Poundland selling decorative light-up glass pumpkins to brighten up your Halloween display
It’s Spooky Season…
Summer is over and Spooky Season is officially upon us, and luckily for those wanting to get in the spirit Poundland is selling light-up glass decorative pumpkins.
Coming in at just £1.50 this glass ornament is the perfect addition to your Halloween decor.
Sharing the bargain on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group, Kirsty wrote: Glass Pumpkin Light from Poundland. GO! GO! GO!”
Attached is a picture of the Glass Pumpkin lit up surrounded by foliage and decorative bits.
Kirsty later added an edit to the caption explaining that she made the tray from ‘2 flan tins and a candle holder painted white’.
Another person shared their pumpkin arrangements around a log fireplace with an autumnal display.
Fellow shoppers are just as excited with many saying they ‘need’ these. Other’s have pointed out that they’re selling out fast and struggling to find them in their stores.
Someone added: “Managed to get the last two this morning, love it!”, while a third said: “trip to Poundland it is”.
Sainsbury’s is doing a sausage dog yule log for Christmas
The ultimate festive dessert…
Sainsbury’s is launching a sausage dog yule log for Christmas 2020.
With everything going on, it’s only right we look forward to the festive season and all the delicious food and drink that comes with it.
‘Sammy the Sausage Dog cake’ is making its first-ever appearance for Christmas 2020 and it’s perfect for dog lovers.
Sammy is usually a chocolate sponge with chocolate buttercream but it’s set to have a Christmas makeover including candy canes and Santas hat.
The cake will be decorated in Christmas sprinkles as well as candy canes plus four tiny sausage dog legs and a puppy dog face too.
It’ll set you back £8 but the cake serves 14 people – the perfect dessert for the family this Christmas.
Sainsbury’s isn’t the only supermarket going daschund themed this Christmas, Asda are also selling their own foot and a half long chocolate Sid the Sausage Dog.
Becky Price, Asda’s product development manager for cakes, said of the cake: “We know our customers love a novelty cake that injects plenty of fun into special celebrations at an affordable price!
“We’ve seen a rising demand from our customers for sausage dog-themed products, so Sid is a great addition to our celebration cake range and is sure to become one popular pooch!”
Tesco’s seasonal range this year includes a delicious Gingerbread Latte flavoured Irish Cream Liqueur.
Plus, if you like your sausages savoury, there’s the giant sausage roll log that is fit for 10 people. AND – it’s only a fiver.
Morrisons have also got a delicious sticky toffee version of the classic trifle for all those with a sweet tooth!