Win £100 shopping voucher to celebrate the return of Aldi’s Next Big Thing

To celebrate the highly-anticipated return of Aldi’s Next Big Thing on Channel 4, we’ve teamed up with Aldi to give away £100 worth of shopping vouchers to 15 lucky readers.

The six-week series will follow innovative food and drink entrepreneurs from across the UK, as they compete for the life-changing chance to have their products stocked in more than 1,000 Aldi stores nationwide. Hosted by broadcaster and author, Anita Rani and Chris Bavin, of The One Show and Eat Well for Less, the show will return for the second series on April 2 at 8pm.

Artisan suppliers will be put through their paces in a range of exciting categories, including dinners and baked goods, as well as new additions, party, world, and confectionery. The products will then be presented to Julie Ashfield, Managing Director of Buying at Aldi UK, who considers significant factors, such as price, packaging, and shopper demand, before shortlisting contestants down to just two.

The finalists are then given four weeks to address any feedback, with a follow-up home visit from Anita or Chris who will report back their findings to Julie. The improved products are then taste tested during the final round, where Julie decides which winner will appear as a Specialbuy in over 1,000 stores.

And now you can get involved in the amazing Aldi action, by entering our unmissable competition and be in with a chance of taking home a whopping £100 shopping voucher. Whether you use your winnings to bag the winning products of savvy Specialbuys from the show, or pick up those seasonal essentials – the choice is yours! To take part, simply fill in your name and email address in the form below.

Click HERE if you cannot view the entry form. The competition will close at midnight on Tuesday, April 30 and the winners will be selected at random. Good luck!

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