Aldi breaks silence on future of discontinued fan-favorite as shoppers beg for its return as they ‘ate them weekly’

ALDI has left the door open to relaunch a popular summertime seafood staple all year round – but is making no promises.

A fan on X, formerly known as Twitter, recently begged the discount chain to bring salmon burgers back all day.

Aldi has discontinued the salmon burgers – for the time being


Aldi has discontinued the salmon burgers – for the time beingCredit: getty

Although the exact name of the burger was not given, the Aldi-branded salmon burger listed on the website is the Fremont Fish Market Salmon Burger.

It comes in two flavors: chipotle and teriyaki.

“@AldiUSA please bring back the salmon burgers, my fiance literally ate them once a week,” the fan pleaded.

Aldi responded with a glimmer of hope, but nothing more.

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“They’re usually seasonal in the summer, but we’ll see if we can convince our team to offer them year-round!” the Aldi account replied.

While salmon burgers aren’t currently on the menu, fans at Aldi have dozens of new fall treats to choose from.


While Aldi is known for its affordability, customers across the country have become accustomed to rising prices when shopping for groceries.

To counteract this, some states have considered lowering the sales tax on essential groceries.

And today, Alabama finally implemented its plan to cut the food tax by 1 percent.

The tax has now risen from four to three percent.

And it could drop another point a year from now if the state shows enough revenue growth.

However, not all items in the store are covered by the reduction.

Only foods deemed essential by the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) qualify.

These include meat, vegetables and snacks.

Hot or prepared food and alcoholic beverages are not covered.

Meanwhile, other states are still focusing on sending cash to residents to help them pay the bill.

Alaska is still sending $3,284 in payments to residents.

The money comes from the country’s energy revenue for 2022.

The money can be spent however the recipient wishes, but $662 technically qualifies as a tax-free energy relief payment.

The rest is considered income and will be taxed that year.

Several other states grant discounts.

The US Sun has a blog covering all the important payments news and updates.

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