Aldi to create 4500 jobs in UK
3 October 2012
Aldi is to create 4,500 jobs in the UK as the discount supermarket chain plans a multimillion pound expansion.
The new jobs being created at the highstreet retailer include 250 apprentices and over 100 new graduate roles.
Aldi has allocated £181m for 40 new stores by the end of 2013. The number of Aldi stores in Britain will surpass 500 after the expansion, and the firm plans to look at opening 35-40 supermarkets each year after the initial development.
The supermarket has seen sales of fresh meat, fruit and vegetables and baked goods increase after growing its number of British suppliers. It now sources two thirds of its core range from UK suppliers.
Aldi’s joint MD, Roman Heini, says: "During the past three years, we have focused more on understanding what consumers want and responded by working with a growing number of UK suppliers to offer great tasting and quality products at everyday low prices."
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