You know I am generally OK with ALDI, the German owned budget grocery chain across the US. They create their own brand names and go to top manufacturers to have the product made. They retail for 25-50% of the “big name” brands.
“Deutsche Kuche” (translator: “German cuisine”) is the brand name they cooked up for some of their lunch meats and sausages. They braunschweiger (liverwurst) is made for them by Washington, Missouri based Frick Meats.
It comes in a chub, and ingredients are straightforward: Pork liver, pork fat, water, potato starch, salt, dextrose, natural flavoring, sodium citrate, sodium diacetate, sodium erythorbate, sodium nitrite.
Besides being a great value, what I like about this brand is they actually use liver as an ingredient, and the taste comes through, as it should. It’s a very fine emulsion, and spreads easily. Good deal.
Aldi Braunschweiger Review