Aldi to recruit more than 100 new British suppliers in local-sourcing drive


Aldi is set to recruit an additional 100 British suppliers in 2022 following its commitment to increase spend with British suppliers by £3.5bn a year by the end of 2025.

Aldi spent £9bn with UK suppliers last year, with the supermarket now aiming to increase the number of products it sources from local suppliers across all of its product categories.

At present, Aldi’s entire range of fresh meat, eggs, milk and butter comes from British suppliers, with more than 40% of fresh produce also sourced locally.

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