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Aldi Unveils 7.2L Air Fryer Coming Soon To Eco-Conscious Kitchen Range

  • Aldi launches a new 7.2L Air Fryer as part of its Conscious Kitchen range ahead of World Earth Day.
  • The initiative caters to 78% of UK adults aiming to lessen their carbon footprint with eco-friendly kitchen options.
  • The Conscious Kitchen range is designed to offer customers greener alternatives for everyday cooking.

As World Earth Day approaches, Aldi is setting the stage to revolutionize eco-conscious cooking with its latest launch, a 7.2L Air Fryer, part of the brand's Conscious Kitchen range. This move comes in response to a significant shift towards sustainability, with a whopping 78% of UK adults expressing a desire to trim down their carbon footprint. Aldi's new range is a testament to the supermarket's commitment to not only meeting but exceeding customer expectations for environmentally friendly cooking solutions.


The Conscious Kitchen range, as revealed by Chloe White from the ALDI UK Press Office, is designed to make it simpler for individuals to incorporate greener choices into their daily lives.

The Air Fryer will be available from 14th April in stores, and will cost £59.99. That's 54% cheaper than other leading brands.

With the introduction of the 7.2L Air Fryer, Aldi is not just offering a tool for healthier cooking but also paving the way for a more sustainable lifestyle in the kitchen. This initiative aligns perfectly with the growing demand for products that support a sustainable way of living without compromising on convenience or quality.

Tom Church, Co-Founder of LatestDeals.co.uk, commented, "Aldi's launch of the 7.2L Air Fryer is a game-changer for eco-friendly cooking. It's a clear signal that the supermarket is keen on providing practical, sustainable solutions that resonate with the current consumer trend towards minimizing environmental impact. This air fryer is more than just a kitchen appliance; it's a step towards a greener, more conscious kitchen."

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Just looks like a generic Chinese air fryer and the price doesn't sound that great. Almost every air fryer is cheap if you compare it to Ninja's. £60 sounds ok. My air fryer was £60 and looks a lot better than that model and a lot more versatile. I don't really think there is anything to see here.

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