Aldi hosts German Week only twice a year and shoppers flock to the stores for products you can't get year-round

ALDI hosts German Week only twice a year and shoppers are flocking to stores for products you can't get year-round.

May 4 kicks of this half of the year's German Week and Aldi will be celebrating with a range of traditional Bavarian goods.


Ever since Anna Albrecht opened the first store in Essen in 1913, the continental supermarket has celebrated its German roots at least twice a year by stocking shelves with all the favorites.

Shoppers will stores stocked with Deutsche Küche meals and desserts from Bavarian soft pretzels to frozen pork schnitzels.

The impressive line-up of hearty European food kicked off this week and will happen again in the fall to coincide with Oktoberfest.

On offer are a range of savory snacks, jars of Deutsche Küche beer mustard and sweet mustard, and a package of German cabbage blend for those looking for a pairing to their pork knuckle.

Those with a sweet tooth will also be able to buy Deutsche Küche-branded German desserts and sweets, including apple strudel, chocolate covered wafers, and cakes like donauwelle and bienenstich.

Specially selected German chocolate mousse cakes are also hitting the shelves.

Shoppers have revealed their excitement over this German Week return on Instagram.

"I love German week!! I stock up on the purple cabbage to last me until next time!" one user posted.

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"My favorite time at ALDI!!" wrote another.

"Worst part is I need much more freezer space!!!!" joked a third.

Meanwhile one avid shopper shared: "Honestly, German week should just be a permanent thing."

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