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Customers couldn’t get enough of this Aldi keto bread…and it’s finally coming back!
When the keto diet and lifestyle craze hit Aldi stores, customers responded. In 2019, we saw Aldi add low-carb and keto-friendly Savoritz Parmesan Crisps to its regular stock after trying them out as an Aldi Find.
Another super popular item that many dieters wanted was the Aldi Find L’Oven Fresh Zero Net Carb Bread. Our Aldi Aisle of Shame Facebook group was flooded with shoppers visiting their stores daily last fall, trying to find it. When we surveyed group members about the Aldi Faves from 2019 they wanted to see back on Aldi shelves every day, this bread made our Top 10 list.
And now, leaked information from Aldi shows that the Aldi keto bread should be appearing on shelves as a regularly stocked item soon at your Aldi store, if it’s not there already.
The bread is available in wheat and multiseed varieties, and it sells for $3.49 (Aldi food prices can vary, based on your location.)
Some regions started regularly stocking the Aldi keto bread as early as October 2019, but Aldi information leaked today shows that new suppliers are being brought on board later this month to make the bread available everywhere.
It looks like divisions in all of Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Kentucky and parts of Illinois, Indiana and Ohio should have started the rollout on December 27th, and, if the leaked information is correct, the Zero Net Carb bread should be in all Aldi stores by the end of February – with the rollout beginning February 21st, 2020!
The first divisions to get the Aldi Keto bread are: BAT, OFA, GRE, SPR, SBY, DWT, MTJ, HAI and RPB. You can check here to see how Aldi divisions are broken up.
If your division is not listed, you’ll most likely see the keto bread at the end of February.
As far as the claim that this bread is keto-friendly, it seems to depend on how strictly you are following a keto diet. The bread contains 9 grams of carbohydrates per slice, but those carbohydrates are fiber, which is what makes it “zero net carb.”
Even if you’re not into keto or low carb, 9 grams of fiber per slice of bread is incredible!