The NFL Network is getting into the Aldi advertising game by launching an ad on its home page for Aldis, the company that sells organic, high-quality meats and other fresh products.
Advertising for Aldia comes from aldia.com, the domain of the company’s parent company, The Wine Group, which is a holding company of the NFL.
The site also includes an ad from an Aldi competitor, a brand of frozen organic meats.
The company’s website has a banner ad for an Aldia, “fresh organic meats, including chicken, beef, turkey, and seafood, from more than 500 brands.
Aldia also sells frozen meat products from Whole Foods Market, and the site says it also sells organic and organic-certified frozen fish.
Advertisers who are looking to get in on the Aldia-brand market could find Aldia’s site an enticing target.
The website offers more than a dozen Aldia products.
Aldi’s products are not the same as those offered by the NFL Network, but they are also much cheaper than Aldi.
The NFL has not commented on the site’s ad.
Adidas is also expected to launch its own Aldi-branded product later this month.
The ad campaign will be for the Adidas Zoom range of shoes, which are available at select retailers, such as Nordstrom and Under Armour, and on the Nike store.