ALDI Is Offering a Bunch of Lemon-Themed Products This Summer

published Jun 19, 2022
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For the fourth year in a row, budget grocery store (and home decor haven) ALDI is partnering up with Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) to help advance the fight against childhood cancer.

During the campaign, which is running from June 15 through June 29, ALDI is offering a wide range of limited-time lemonade-themed products, from food and drinks to homeware and toys. With the the retailer donating a percentage of the sales, in addition to customer and corporate donations, ALDI is set to donate at least $1 million to ALSF this year. Across all of the partnerships so far, ALDI has already raised more than $3 million for ALSF to help fund pediatric cancer research projects across the country. This donation is part of the business’ cumulative goal to donate $10 million to ALSF by 2027.  

This year, products will include a Lemonade Mix Canister ($5.99), Bake Shop Dessert Lemon Bars ($4.69), the WowWe Pop 2 Play Lemonade Stand ($34.99), and Lemonade Eco-Friendly Bags ($0.99) that were designed by ALSF child artists.

“I’m obsessed with box bags but also Alex’s Lemonade stand holds a close place in
My heart.” one person wrote in the ALDI Aisle of Shame Facebook group, sharing a photo of their ALSF bags, which were also a huge fit among fans last year.

“Supporting Alex’s Lemonade Stand!” wrote another, posting a photo of their sweet treats from the store.

ALSF was founded by Alex Scott who was diagnosed with neuroblastoma before she reached her first birthday. When she was just four years old, she held a lemonade stand fundraiser to help the doctors who were helping her. Alex sadly passed away four years later, aged eight, but her efforts had raised more than $1 million. Today ALSF has raised over $200 million, funded more than 1,000 research projects, and provided programs to many families affected by childhood cancer.