I was thrilled with my visit to Lidl today (Raleigh, NC)!
They have several products in stock by Les Trois Petits Cochons!
I purchased Saucisse aux fines Herbes and Saucisse de Toulouse at $3.99 each. Each refrigerated pack has 6 sausages, total weight 16 oz. They had two varieties of pate, one truffled and the other Grand-Mere style at $4.99 for 5.5 oz. TJ used to carry mousse by this company - not sure if they still do.
Lastly they had roast duck halves for $8.99. My Costco occasionally has two halves by Maple Leaf Farms for around $16. As a solo cook I like being able to purchase just one. I’m interested to see how this compares to the Maple Leaf.
I was overcharged a few weeks ago. I saved the receipt and took a photo on my phone of the items in question. I addressed it with the cashier*, she called over a manager and I was given the difference in cash with no fuss. Easy peasy!
*I had brought it to a manager attention on a prior visit and was directed to go through any cashier line to get it taken care of. At that point I did not have time/inclination to go back through a line.
Edit: The Les Trois Petit Cochon products seem to be a special Lidl only purchase. They are not listed on the makers website list of products.