We're committed to sourcing our products from the UK
As part of Aldi’s commitment to championing Great British quality, a lot of our products are sourced from the UK. Aldi were the first retailer to sign the NFU Fruit & Veg pledge, which is a set of commitments designed to support British farmers.
In fact, our entire core range of fresh meat and milk is from British, Red Tractor approved farms. We are the market leader in the amount of fresh produce we sell which is British.
Needless to say, we are committed to supporting British farmers, growers and suppliers.
But don’t take our word for it. Suppliers in the UK voted Aldi the fairest supermarket to do business with in the 2016 Groceries Code Adjudicator (GCA) survey for the third year running.
94% of over 1,000 suppliers surveyed said Aldi “consistently” or “mostly” adhered to the Groceries Code of Practice, which was introduced to ensure supermarkets are treating suppliers fairly.
We know you care where your food comes from, so let us introduce you to a few of our suppliers.
The British Farming Charter
Our commitment to British farmers is why we’ve signed up to the Back British Farming Charter. We want to meet our customers’ demand for British produce, and by supporting British farming we can become a more food secure nation– and not rely on imports.
In return Aldi, as a retailer, can offer our customers the freshest British produce of the highest quality, every day, at the best price.
“We are pleased that Aldi is helping to support the future of the British farming sector by signing up to the NFU’s charter. Aldi customers will be able to enjoy more of the high quality products that are synonymous with British agriculture.” Meurig Raymond, NFU President.
Find out more on the NFU website