Aldi is upping its range of UK-made food and drink with plans to spend £3.5bn on domestic products annually within five years.
The discounter, which currently sources its fresh meat, eggs, milk, butter and cream from British suppliers, has said boosting its range of UK-made grocery products across other categories will create opportunities for hundreds of food and drink producers.
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