Aldi’s clever $69 pantry organiser

 

Aldi fans are losing it over one of the store’s latest Special Buys — a $69 butcher’s trolley that’s perfect for organising your pantry.

Their latest budget homewares go on sale today across Australia and shoppers can’t contain their excitement over the item — which is making a comeback after having huge success back in 2016.

This time though, the German supermarket have slashed the price from $149 and altered the design to make it suitable for smaller kitchens.

Several Aldi fan sites have shared details of the stylish storage solution that features as part of the stores “clever kitchens” range.

This  trolley is gaining a lot of attention from excited Aldi fans ahead of its release.

This $69 trolley is gaining a lot of attention from excited Aldi fans ahead of its release.Source:Supplied

The product features a five bottle wine rack, a handy drawer, a basket and even a shelf.

Instagram user Wellorganisedlife posted an image of the white trolley that comes complete with useful wheels and a modern wood washed top.

“These sell out quick so get in, they work great in the pantry,” she wrote alongside an image of several items in the new catalogue.

“I love this,” one excited person replied.

While another said: “It looks great.”

Similar kitchen trolley’s from designer stores sell for around the $300 mark, making this Aldi one an absolute steal.

Similar kitchen trolley

Similar kitchen trolley’s can cost up to $300 from other designers.Source:Supplied

It’s not the only pantry organiser the company are releasing tomorrow, with other items including clear fridge trays and turntables as well as stackable storage.

Kmart have also tried to get in on the trolley game, releasing a statement art deco piece for just $45 earlier this year.

Aldi Special Buys — which are released on Wednesdays and Saturdays every week — regularly cause chaose among savvy shoppers.

Earlier this year, a $199 rocking chair adored by mums sold out in just 30 seconds.

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