Aldi's Choceur chocolate range wins top Canstar award

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Hot on the heels of its big coffee win at Canstar Blue's 'Most Satisfied Customer Awards', Aldi has scooped another award — this time for its popular Choceur chocolate range.

The range of sweet treats, which retail for a cheap and cheerful $2.99 a block, beat out pricier brands such as Lindt and Cadbury to land Canstar's gong for Best Chocolate.

close up shot of a woman biting into a block of chocolate
Aldi's Choceur chocolate range has won big at the Canstar Blue awards. Photo: Getty Images.

Over 1,000 Aussie customers were quizzed about their choccie choices, with Choceur earning five-star reviews in four out of five research categories including taste, value for money and packaging design.

It was the only brand to score five points for overall satisfaction, which is a ringing endorsement.

Made from the finest European ingredients, Choceur blocks come in over half a dozen flavours including Dark, Milk and Salted Caramel to name a few. It's also both Fairtrade and UTZ Certified.

Aldi used their win to unveil three new additions to the Choceur range: Cookies and Cream, Dark Peppermint Filled and Choceur Peanut and Crunch Flakes Chocolate Block.

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Various flavours from Aldi's Choceur chocolate range
Choceur scored five stars across four categories. Photo: Aldi.

Canstar Blue's 2021 Best Chocolate Blocks are:

  1. Choceur (Aldi)

  2. Lindt Excellence

  3. Cadbury

  4. Darrell Lea

  5. Nestlé

  6. Coles

Product images of Aldi's Lazzio Medium Beans, Honduras Ground and Dark Ground
Aldi's Lazzio award-winning coffee range includes (from left): Medium Beans, Honduras Ground and Dark Ground. Photo: Aldi (supplied).

Winning cup

The German retailer is on a winning streat, with the Lazzio coffee range recently nabbing Canstar's Best Coffee beans award.

Starting at just $4.29 for 250g, Aldi's best-in-show beans rated higher than big name brands including Lavazza, Vittoria and Grinders across the taste, texture and value for money categories.

The Lazzio range is roasted in Melbourne and aims to 'bring customers a café experience at home'. 

Aldi's award-winning coffee:

  • Lazzio Peru Ground 250g, $4.29

  • Lazzio Honduras Ground 250g, $4.29 

  • Lazzio Medium Ground 500g, $7.99 

  • Lazzio Dark Ground 500g, $7.99 

  • Lazzio Medium Beans 1kg, $11.99 

  • Lazzio Dark Beans 1kg, $11.99 

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