Aldi launches new budget baby range

Budget supermarket Aldi has launched a new baby range as part of its most recent baby and toddler event, with product spanning a range of categories from baby furniture and bedding to gift hampers for newborns.

Shoppers can order items from the range online, with some ‘Specialbuy’ items also available to buy in-store from the middle aisle. Specialbuy items are available in limited numbers and once they’re gone, they are unlikely to be restocked.

Products on offer included a number of household baby brands, such as Nuby, My Babiie, Clementoni, Bambino Mio and even a licensed lines, with product featuring favourite characters such as The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Disney Dumbo and My 1st JCB.

Prices start at £2.99 for a set of printed muslins and go up to £179.99 for a 3-in-1 travel system.

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