Shoppers erupt over Aldi's ostrich fillet steaks – 'What next, koalas?'

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Aldi often updates and changes its stock, offering customers a range of different food products. A recent item to hit the supermarket’s shelves is ostrich meat, which has proved to be controversial among shoppers.

However, in recent days, the meat has been a source of controversy online.

Both Australians and Britons have been discussing the product on social media, with some people blasting Aldi for selling the steaks.

An Australian customer posted an image of the Aldi ostrich steaks on the popular Aldi Mums Facebook page. They said: “How cool would this be for Australia to get?”

The pack of two ostrich fillet steaks cost £3.99 in the UK, which would be the equivalent of $7.25 in Australia.


However, some Australians were angry that Aldi was selling the meat of a rare animal.

Ostriches are native to South Africa, but a small number of them also live in Australia’s outback.

One Facebook user commented: “Cool? I don’t think so. Poor ostriches.”

Another person added: “Eww I agree why would this be even remotely cool to see on the shelves?”

One person said: “Someone tell me how this is so bad when we sit there happily eating pigs, sheep and cows with no issue?”

Another person wrote: “Why are you so grossed out? It’s not like you’re eating the family dog, relax.”

Aldi customers in the UK joined in on the debate, with some having bought the meat and enjoyed it.

One shopper wrote on Twitter: “I’ve eaten two Aldi ostrich steaks for my dinner this evening and I was pleasantly surprised. Didn’t look that appealing before cooking, but I enjoyed it. I’ll be get getting another pack soon.”

Another person said: “Mad that out of everything my favourite thing to eat is ostrich steaks from Aldi.”

One person tweeted: “Picked some ostrich fillets up from Aldi the weekend. Not bad, loads of protein.”

Costing £5.25, ostrich fillet steaks are also on sale in Sainsbury’s.

Tesco has previously stocked the product too.

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