Aldi Stores (Ireland) has picked up a total of 35 awards at the annual Great Taste Awards in London, bringing the total number of awards won by the retailer's product range to 177.
According to Aldi, it is now the 'most awarded Irish retailer in the last five years across the Great Taste Awards, Blas na hÉireann National Irish Food Awards and Irish Quality Food and Drink Awards'.
Winning products, which were sourced in Ireland, include Aldi’s O’Shea’s Traditional Irish Pale Ale, produced by The Carlow Brewing Company, which received two gold stars, Aldi’s Specially Selected Single Origin Ethiopian Coffee, produced by Bewley’s, which also received two gold stars and Aldi’s Specially Selected Irish Angus Fillet Steaks, produced by ABP Cahir, which received a gold star.
“The Great Taste Awards are the definitive independent accreditation of quality and offer absolute confidence to the customer that the product they are buying comes with a seal of approval purely based upon its fantastic taste," said Aldi Ireland’s Group Buying Director Rob Farrell.
"We are delighted that so many of our Irish suppliers have once again picked up awards. We are continuously introducing new and exciting Irish sourced products and engaging more and more Irish suppliers.”