Tuesday 28th May, 2019
Aldi Ireland has announced that it has given contracts to 35 artisan Irish food and drink producers, as part of Aldi’s ongoing commitment to sourcing as many local products as possible.
The supermarket will stock 68 new Irish-made products across its 137 stores, as part of the supermarket chain’s ‘Grow with Aldi supplier development programme’ to help small to medium Irish food and drink businesses.
As from 6th June, Aldi shelves will see a diverse range of products, including cereals, drinks, spices, preserves, baking goods, sauces, dairy goods, cake, fresh fish and ready meals.
John Curtin, Aldi Ireland Group Buying Director, said in Checkout, “Small- and medium-sized producers get the chance to have their product sold nationally, shoppers get to enjoy the best Irish-made products being created and Aldi gets to work with even more Irish food and drink producers.”
“We are committed to sourcing locally to make sure our customers can shop for the most exciting and highest quality new Irish products at our stores,” Curtin continued.