Aldi makes price cuts on fruit and veg
Aldi has announced its biggest round of price cuts on fruit and vegetables.
This week, shoppers will find lower prices in-store on items including bananas, apples, spinach and courgettes, as well as on a range of Specially Selected products such as Cotton Candy Grapes.
The price cuts have been applied to around a third of the supermarket’s produce range, with 55 items falling by an average of around 11%.
Aldi announced the opening of its 1,000th store last week as it continues its UK expansion.
Julie Ashfield, managing director of buying at Aldi UK, said: “Our promise to our customers is that we will always keep our prices as low as possible. We remain fiercely committed to doing that – now and always.
“This latest price drop is part of our efforts to make healthy, high-quality groceries accessible to everyone. That will always be our mission, and it’s why we continue to see shoppers switch to Aldi.”
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