Aldi boss Hurley eyes ‘significant’ click-and-collect opportunity

Giles Hurley, CEO - Aldi UK and Ireland

Aldi UK boss Giles Hurley believes the grocer has “significant” potential to grow its burgeoning click-and-collect proposition as it expands its online presence.

The discounter launched a pilot of the service from its Allendale Road supermarket in Loughborough last week, allowing shoppers to place grocery orders online and pick them up in-store for £3.99.

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