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Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Aldi have followed Tesco’s lead in deciding to repay business rates relief received from the UK government and devolved administrations during the pandemic. The moves follow criticism of food retailers taking advantage of the scheme while also being able to trade throughout the crisis. Repaying the tax breaks will make it easier for these retailers to pay dividends to shareholders but also increase pressure on competitors to follow their lead.

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Aldi Süd plans to introduce new bakery counters in 1,000 stores in Germany by Spring 2021 to improve quality and freshness perception. Whilst most products will be baked directly in-store, the discounter will also expand its partnerships with regional bakeries. Replacing the vending machines with qualitative counters Aldi Süd’s famous bread vending machines are about to become a thing of th...
The French Competition Authority body has approved the purchase of 554 Leader Price stores (owned by Casino) by Aldi. For the Casino Group the sale is part of its ongoing debt reduction plan, which will enable it to focus on its other more profitable banners, such as Monoprix and Franprix. Aldi France to reach more than 1,400 stores and €5.5 bn turnover The purchase of 554 Leader Price stor...
Aldi has announced the expansion of its home delivery trial with Deliveroo to almost 130 stores across the UK. Now available near select stores in Scotland and Wales Last month, the trial has been expanded to a total of 42 stores, including new locations such as Liverpool, Brighton and Bristol. The trial has now been rolled out to an additional 90 stores, and is available to customers ba...


The updated report explores five key themes this Christmas and provides a summary of campaigns and in-store execution of UK retailers including Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Marks & Spencer, Waitrose, Co-op, Aldi, Lidl and Boots.
An essential summary of trading priorities, latest developments, and other key commercial insights for Aldi.
In November 2020 Aldi Süd opened its largest store ever in Germany with a footprint of nearly 2,000 sq m . It features an enhanced bakery, am improved fresh produce area, Infarm vertical farming units and electronic shelf labels.
The purchase of 550 Leader Price (Casino discount banner) stores by Aldi France has been approved in November 2020. This report will give you an overview of the two retailers, the deal and the challenges for Aldi.
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