Aldi have opened a new store in Swords, Co.Dublin creating 25 new jobs.
The latest German supermarket’s store opening is it’s 19th in Dublin. This brings the total number of Aldi stores in Ireland to 128.
Speaking at the store opening, Patrik Polak, Manager of Aldi’s new Swords store said, “Buying fresh, quality Irish foods in Swords just got easier thanks to the opening of our new Aldi store. Each Aldi store we have opened so far has been a fantastic success and we are really looking forward to serving the local community.”
Aldi has proved it’s loyality to Irish suppliers and local communities. In the last five years Aldi has recruited over 70 new Irish suppliers, meaning Aldi now partners with more than 175 Irish producers. In excess of 50% of Aldi’s supplier spend is now allocated to Irish suppliers, producers and manufacturers. Allied to this, all of Aldi’s fresh meats, fresh poultry, eggs, bread, flour, and many of its teas, coffees, soft drinks, waters and snacks are provided by leading Irish suppliers.
The first Aldi store in Ireland opened in November 1999.
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