Why Aldi is selling cashew nut butter

Aldi Cashew Nut Butter is available at the grocery store.

It’s a dairy-free alternative to traditional nut butter.

It comes in two different sizes.

The smaller size, called a 100 gram jar, contains 50g of cashew butter.

The larger size, the 1,100 gram jar is 100g of nut butter with 100g more cashew fat. It costs £3.49 for the 100 gram size, and £4.49 per 1,000 gram jar.

Aldi’s website has the following instructions for using it: “Add 2 tablespoons of coconut oil to your microwave and heat on high for 2 to 3 minutes.”

It says to keep it on high heat for at least 30 minutes to an hour, or until it’s completely melted and creamy.

Aldis Cashew Butter has been around for quite some time.

It was introduced in 2017.

It came in four flavours: creamy, rich, spicy, and nutty.

It tasted very good, but was also not a very nutritious alternative.

It has a mild nuttiness, with the almond and almond-flavoured notes coming through.

It had a light, nutty taste and it’s worth noting that the ingredient list on the product packaging does not include milk, but it is also not recommended for those with a milk allergy.

Aldigas Cashew Nuts are sold in packs of 1,500 and the 50 gram size has been discontinued.

The 100 gram version, which is also available in a 500 gram size (as well as being a 50 gram jar), comes with a nutty flavour and a slightly different nutty texture.

Aldieas Cashews are sold individually in packs and come in different sizes: the 100 grams, the 50,000, and the 1 million.

They are made from the same almond-butter-based cashew oil as the 100g version, and have a slightly more nutty, almond-rich flavour than the 100gm.

Aldipas Caschets are sold as a 250 gram jar and have almond-blend nut butter, but they are made using almond oil instead of coconut.

They come in a 250, 500, 1,300, and 1,400 gram size.

They also have almond and nut-flavouring flavours, although there are no nutritional information given.

The company also offers a 500gram jar for £7.49.

It is available in packs at Aldi stores, as well as in Aldi supermarkets.

The almond-based almond-and-flavor nut butter is similar to that found in Aldigascs Cashew nut butters.

It contains just as much almond butter, and it is nutty and almond flavoured.

There is also a 50g jar, which has a slightly nutty almond flavour and is sold separately.

There are also a 100g jar and a 500g jar.

If you’re not looking for nuts, there is a 100gm jar.

It makes an excellent snack, although it’s not recommended as a snack food for those on a low-carb diet.

There’s no way you can really replace almond butter in your diet without having to change your diet.

If the company has changed its product packaging, the company could also have changed the name of the nut butter to something more palatable.

The product is available to order online, or at the store.