Aldi sales up 28.7% as Irish suppliers favoured

Aldi's sales rose 28.7 per cent in the past year with annual spend on goods from Irish suppliers now triple its 2008 level.

17th September, 2013
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Aldi's sales rose 28.7 per cent in the past year with annual spend on goods from Irish suppliers now triple its 2008 level.

Aldi said it was now supporting more than 22,000 jobs across the country. Over 50 per cent of grocery sales were now attributed to 127 Irish suppliers, producers and manufacturers.

The retailer is now the fastest growing supermarket in the country, commanding 7.4 per cent of Irish grocery sales, according to Kantar numbers.

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