ALDI’S FRESH HERBS SWITCH TO RECYCLABLE AND COMPOSTABLE PACKAGING14 April, 2020
Aldi Ireland announced that its own-label Irish sourced potted herbs are now packaged in recyclable and home compostable materials. The change, which came into effect from April this year, will lead to the removal of more than 5.5 tonnes of non-recyclable material will be removed annually from Aldi’s potted herbs range, namely Aldi’s parsley, coriander and basil.
ALDI IRELAND APPOINTS NIALL O’CONNOR AS GROUP MANAGING DIRECTOR6 April, 2020
Aldi Ireland is pleased to announce the appointment of Niall O’Connor to the position of Group Managing Director (GMD) for Aldi Ireland.
Niall was appointed to the position in late 2019 and has spent the last number of months with colleagues across the global Aldi operation in preparation for his new position. Niall will assume overall responsibility for all of Aldi’s activities in Ireland, including its multi-million-euro store-opening programme and Irish Buying office.
ALDI FAST-TRACKING PAYMENT FOR OVER 200 OF ITS IRISH SUPPLIERS27 March, 2020
Aldi has committed to reducing payment terms for its small and medium sized Irish suppliers in response to the COVID-19 crisis, ensuring suppliers get paid as quickly as possible.
The new terms apply to all suppliers that transact up to €1 million worth of business annually and will positively impact over 200 Irish food and drink producers Aldi partners with.
ALDI IRELAND RECOGNISED FOR ECO-EFFORTS WITH GREEN RETAILER AWARD27 February, 2020
Aldi Ireland has received the Green Retailer Award at this year’s Green Awards, which took place at The Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road on Tuesday, February 25th 2020.
Aldi was recognised for its company-wide commitment to a series of sustainability initiatives, including packaging and waste reduction, carbon reduction, biodiversity and staff training and awareness.
ALDI CUTS NON-RECYCLABLE POLYSTYRENE PACKAGING FROM SPECIALLY SELECTED PIZZA RANGE4 February, 2020
Aldi Ireland today announced that it is removing polystyrene trays from its multi-award winning range of Specially Selected Irish Pizzas, instead introducing cardboard trays. Arriving in stores this month, the new trays are fully recyclable and will lead to the removal of 3.5 tonnes of non-recyclable packaging each year.