Aldi is Releasing 3 Spicy Pickle Jars, and We’ll Be Snacking All September Long

We can’t wait to try each of these new spicy pickle jars coming to Aldi!

We love a good pickle, and we know many of you do, too. We’re big fans of the Park Street Deli Atomic Spicy pickles that appear in the refrigerator case at Aldi from time to time.

We love them as a snack, we love them on a grazing board, and we love them on an Aldi Copycat Chick-fil-a Sandwich.

But we’re open to trying just about any pickle option out there, so we were excited to see a new trio of spicy pickle jars will be arriving at Aldi in September!

Spicy Pickle Jars

These Fresh Pack Pickle Chips are packaged under the Aldi Private Label Great Gherkins. Each jar contains 24 ounces, and the flavors here look bold and delicious!

The mildest flavor of the bunch promises to be the Chipotle with Agave Syrup pickles. We’re thinking these will have a smoky-sweet flavor. They are being labeled “mild” by Aldi, so we don’t expect too much spice.

On the other hand, the Mango Habanero pickles sound like they will have a sweet heat. The spice factor on these is labeled as “hot.”

The third of these spicy pickle jars is the most intriguing to us! These hot pickles promised a bold Spicy Maple Bourbon flavor that we can’t wait to try!

These pickles are due in U.S. Aldi stores on Sept. 2, just in time for your Labor Day cook-out!

Have you seen the Fried Pickle Ranch potato chips coming to Aldi soon? If you’re a pickle lover, they’re a must-have.

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  1. We love the spicy maple bourbon pickle chips and can’t find them at Aldis again. Can I order them and have them sent to me?

  2. I would like to purchase a case of the Great Gherkins Spicy Maple Bourbon pickles!!! As soon as they are available.

  3. It’s September and I took a trip to Aldi. They were nowhere to be seen. The manager looked them up and there’s nothing in the system for them!! What’s going on? Now you don’t keep your word!! Sad!! Waiting on a reply?

  4. What’s the point in selling these pickles (especially the sweet horseradish pickle chips) from Park Street Deli when you rarely have them in stock? This is ridiculous and extremely annoying!

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