The popular low-cost supermarket chain, Aldi has launched a new range of savoury baked goods as it competes with the bakery chain, Greggs.

Greggs Bakery has known the country over for its relatively cheap savoury and sweet baked goods beloved by many.

However, with the arrival of even-cheaper bakery items from Aldi branches in Scotland, there could be a new favourite in town.

The brand's 'Frasers Bakes' are each priced at 84p while Greggs bakes sell for around £1.40.

The new bakes are available across all 104 Scottish stores and are filled with tasty locally-sourced produce.

Customers will be able to pick from a wide range of bakes, including Steak, Macaroni, Cheesy Bean, Cheese and Onion, and Chicken Curry.

For £1.69, shoppers can buy a pack of two bakes.

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald: ALDI - A pack of two bakes can be bought for £1.69ALDI - A pack of two bakes can be bought for £1.69 (Image: ALDI)

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Group Buying Director for Aldi Scotland, Graham Nicolson, said: “Our mission at Aldi Scotland is to bring as many exciting Scottish-made products to the market for amazingly low prices. Our new range of savoury bakes is an excellent addition to our growing portfolio of locally produced items.

“With a delicate and light coating, and sumptuous selection of flavourful fillings, it’s no surprise that the savoury bake is a household favourite for many across the country.

“We expect these to be incredibly popular amongst our customers, who can now pick up a pack of two for just £1.69, nearly half the price of the popular high-street bakery.”

To find out more about Aldi products, please visit the Aldi website.