Aldi: Fit & Active Southwest Veggie Stuffed Sandwiches hes were designed to be a healthy, adult-friendly alternative to the standard "grab and go" frozen handheld product. Aldi worked with its supplier and an independent testing laboratory to determine the product's specifications. After a short two-month development phase, the product hit store shelves in March 2004 within six months of its inception. The sandwiches feature brown rice, black beans, sweet corn, chilies and pepperjack ...

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