Aldi has been forced to issue an apology to its customer because of a delay in some of its Specialbuy launches.
Each week the German grocer brings out a limited-edition collection, the items range from homeware, to gardening, beauty and furniture.
Fans can keep up to date with the latest releases on the Aldi website, but some of the releases are expected to arrive in stores and online much later than anticipated.
Baby items were planned to go on sale last week, but the drop date has since been pushed back to mid-February – included products such as high chairs and cots.
More than 40 items have been delayed, according to the Liverpool Echo.
In a notice posted on its website, Aldi said: “Unfortunately some Specialbuys may not be available as advertised. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and hope that these products will be available in-store and online very shortly.”
Aldi listed the dates the SpecialBuys had been due to go on sale, and the dates they are now expected to be available to shoppers. You can view the full list here.
Aldi stores remain open during the pandemic and people are allowed to go shopping when needing to stock up on essential items.
SpecialBuys can be bought online and in store, with new items available on Thursdays and Sundays.