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Aldi Farm to Fork

 

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Aldi Farm to Fork

19 August 2015 / 11:43
From farm to fork

Supporting Great British talent is what Aldi is all about. And whether it’s our home grown heroes preparing for Rio 2016 or those out in the farms and the fields who dedicate their lives to producing the best fresh, quality food we have to offer, they all have one thing in common… they dedicate their lives to being the best they can be.

Best in the British Aisles

Aldi’s homegrown talent is often found in the fields and farms around the British Isles. It’s a team that can boast winning numerous honours over the past 25 years, including the glorious crown of Which Best Supermarket of the Year 2015 – voted for by the great British public.

Earning a reputation for bringing customers the best, Aldi is proud to deliver the freshest and highest quality British products around. Its commitment to standards enables the country’s most popular supermarket chain to offer us all great produce and great value.

Look for the Red Tractor logo

Everyone wants peace of mind about the quality of the meat they buy, and Aldi is proud to tell customers that all its fresh meat, not just its beef, is Red Tractor assured, which means it can be traced back to UK farms and has been safely and responsibly produced at every step of the supply chain.

Dedication and drive

Long-term relationships have always been at the heart of what Aldi does. And by only selecting 100% fresh British beef and lamb from Red Tractor Farm Assured sources, it can trace all of the meat back to its farms, and always ensure they are selling the best quality fresh British beef at the best prices.

Homegrown talent

Needless to say, the real champions of Aldi’s 25-year success in the UK are its suppliers. Whether berry lovers Angus Soft Fruits, Nottinghamshire’s rhubarb, the Hammond Family, or earthy achievers, Kent Potato Company Aldi wouldn’t have been able to enchant the British public to its doors without the promise of fresh, quality ingredients they can trust.

Meet Aldi’s suppliers