The company explained that such a step was taken due to the great demand for goods at preferential prices set by the authorities.
In particular, since December 17, in Aldi stores across the country, a visitor can buy just one liter of vegetable oil and milk, one kilogram of sugar, flour and potatoes, a package of chicken breasts, a dozen eggs.
Other retail chains have yet to introduce such restrictions.
Earlier, the Hungarian government froze prices of basic goods until April 30 to support the poor amid inflation and anti-Russian sanctions hitting European consumers.
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said that the sanctions against Russia did not end the conflict in Ukraine, but only worsened the economic situation in Europe, the same will happen with the ninth package of restrictive measures.