Why Aldi is making bread with keto butter
Aldi has been making bread using its own keto oil for several years, and recently announced that it is now adding butter to the recipe.
The move is a big step for the company, which is known for its unique blend of traditional, high-quality ingredients.
Keto is an acronym for low-carbohydrate, low-glycemic, keto-adapted, and low-fat.
Keto is a term for a diet that’s low in carbohydrates and high in protein, with low levels of fat and cholesterol.
The name was created by Dr. Ketty Aldi, who is famous for inventing the low-calorie Diet Coke in the 1990s.
“We have developed a range of keto products that are uniquely formulated to satisfy your personal keto lifestyle,” a statement on the company’s website reads.
“The Aldi bread, which will be available in Europe, North America and Australia, is our first and only keto product.
This is our way of challenging traditional food companies to innovate in this exciting new arena of low- and no-carb eating.”
Aldi’s breads are available in 11-inch x 18-inch versions, with a wide variety of toppings, from fresh fruits and veggies to fresh-cut olives.
A few examples include spinach and bacon, tomatoes, green beans and bacon.