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Aldi is Bringing its Mamia Baby-care Range to Perth

by Aleisha (follow)
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The German supermarket giant Aldi will begin opening its first West Australian stores in June 2016.



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Most of the products sold at the discount grocery store are private label, and are made specifically for Aldi.

As all parents know, finding products that work for your family often takes a while, and now Perth parents will have a new option when it comes to baby-care items.

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Aldiís baby-care range is called Mamia, and some mums rave about the products and the fact they can get them for quite a bit less than most of the big brand names.

On productreview.com Mamia nappies have a 4.2 star rating, which is pretty good considering the highest rating for nappies on that site is 4.4.

While we usually use cloth nappies during the day, on a recent holiday over east we also went on a cloth-holiday and gave the Aldi nappies a go.

Like most Aldi products, they are no-frills - so they are all unisex.

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Iíve got a baby girl, so I'm not sure if mums with boys would have a different experience, but we had no issues with leaks or spills, and the toddler sized nappies we used stayed on comfortably.



Aldi nappies
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Prices of Mamia nappies are around 17 cents each for newborn nappies, up to 23 cents for walker nappies for 13-18kg bubs.

Aldi also sells affordable nappy pants.

If like me, you feel like you are constantly buying baby wipes, you might want to try the Mamia version, which sell for $7.99 for a pack of 240.

Mamia infant formula sells for $12.99 for a 900g tin and Aldi also stock Mamia baby food including organic options.



Aldi logo
image credit, aldi.com.au


For those not keen on switching from their favourite baby-care items but still eager to give Aldi a go, you might find some inspiration from the Aldimum blog.

Aldimum was created by a mum who loves Aldi products and whose blog is now sponsored by the grocery giant.

Check here to see where your nearest Aldi will be.

Let us know what you think of Mamia products...

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