ALDI offers quality products at unbeatable prices and people can shop confidently knowing that one in five ALDI-exclusive products is award-winning*.
ALDI was named the 2018 Retailer of the Year by Supermarket News, earned the top spot for value for the eighth year in a row in a Market Force Information® survey and received the Good Housekeeping Seal for more than 70 products across its liveGfree and Never Any! brands.
Additionally, several publications highlighted ALDI-exclusive brands in their 2018 editorial awards, including SELF, Real Simple, Taste of Home and Store Brands magazine.
“We’re proud to offer our customers award-winning products that not only taste great but are easy on the wallet,” said Kate Kirkpatrick, Director of Communications for ALDI U.S.
“We rigorously test thousands of items and only pick those that meet our quality and taste standards.
Our hard work and dedication have paid off, as we’ve earned over 400 product awards in 2018 alone. We’re honored that so many organizations recognize our commitment to provide high-quality food at affordable prices.”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Theodor Paul "Theo" Albrecht (German: [ˈalbʁɛçt]; 28 March 1922 – 24 July 2010)was a German entrepreneur, who in 2010 was ranked by Forbes as the 31st richest person in the world, with a net worth of $16.7 billion.
He owned and was the CEO of the Aldi Nord discount supermarket chain.
In the US he owned the Trader Joe's specialty grocery store chain.
His brother Karl Albrecht owned the Aldi Süd discount supermarket chain.
The two chains originally were a single family enterprise until a friendly division of assets in 1960. Aldi Süd operates the Aldi groceries in the United States.
Aldi and Trader Joe's, while owned by the brothers, have separate and distinct ownership and operations.