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New ALDI data reveals customers’ favourite products

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Wicklow shoppers are among the most likely to spend on fresh fruit, protein and vitamin products, according to new figures released by retailer ALDI. 

New data released today by retailer ALDI, has revealed Ireland’s favourite products, and highlights changing customer behaviours and shopping trends.   

The data, which analyses sales from ALDI’s 160 Irish stores, based in every county in the country, shows that mini banana packs, bananas and fresh milk are the three biggest selling products nationwide.  

Milk and bananas are essential staple products for households across the 26 counties, with these products consistently among the top five sellers in every single county. Five different product sizes and varieties of both products feature in the Top 20 selling products, according to ALDI.  

Beyond bananas and milk, the product diversity showcased in the top selling products nationally is striking. Key household essentials such as butter and bread are also among the most bought products at ALDI stores.  

Wicklow Sales  

Wicklow county stands out as one of just six where skimmed milk with vitamins is featured in the top 20 selling products, and one of just five where high  protein products also make the list.

Beyond high protein items, ALDI’s data reveals other popular products making the Top 20 in Wicklow. Particularly popular in the county are fresh fruit and vegetable items such as cucumbers, baby potatoes, carrots, red peppers and salad tomatoes.

ALDI currently operates five stores in Wicklow – located in Arklow, Blessington, Bray, Rathnew and Greystones.

This diversity of product offering not only reflects sales trends across different counties, but also demonstrates ALDI’s commitment to offer a diverse range of quality products tailored to local tastes. Alongside the country’s biggest sellers, the analysis also identifies the most popular items in each county, offering valuable insights into shopping habits and regional variations.  

Across the summer months in particular, products such as salad tomatoes, cucumbers and scallions were big sellers, as customers took advantage of good weather in May and June to eat more salads and desserts at home.  

Alongside high protein and dairy products, household products have also proved popular with ALDI shoppers, with Eco shopping bag and tissues among the 20 biggest selling lines.  

John Curtin, Group Buying Director, ALDI Ireland said: “We are committed to offer a diverse range of quality products that are tailored to satisfy our customers preferences and will remain dedicated to understanding the evolving needs of our customers.   

“The figures we are revealing today are a valuable roadmap for ALDI to continue delivering on our promise. They show us the staple products that Irish shoppers value, the trends and behavioural shifts that we need to take account of to ensure that we continue to deliver unbeatable value and a range of quality products that our customers expect.”

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