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Aldi crowned favourite supermarket at good housekeeping food awards 2017


Discount supermarket Aldi has been voted the nation’s Favourite Supermarket at this year’s Good Housekeeping Food Awards, beating competition from Sainsbury’s and Waitrose.

The award, which has been running for over a decade, allows Good Housekeeping readers to vote for their most loved supermarket, taking into account value for money, general shopping atmosphere, and crucially, quality of products.

Aldi was also named Favourite Wine Retailer at Good Housekeeping Food Awards, following on from an incredibly successful year – most notably for winning Multiple Wine Retailer of the Year at the Drinks Retailing Awards. The retailer’s wine range has gone from strength to strength this year, having launched more new lines than ever before and receiving over 100 medals from distinguished awarding bodies, including the Decanter World Wine Awards and the International Wine Challenge.

Julie Ashfield, Joint Managing Director of Corporate Buying at Aldi, said: “We are thrilled to have been voted Favourite Supermarket at this year’s Good Housekeeping Food awards. We are committed to ensuring that everyone has access to great quality products at fantastic prices. To also be named Favourite Wine Retailer is a real testament to the dedication and hard work of Aldi buyers who tirelessly source the very best products for our customers to enjoy.”

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