Fiona Forrester, Store Manager, has revealed insider tips for a stress-free shopping experience at any of Aldi Scotland’s 104 stores, helping shoppers to scoop the newest Specialbuys, enjoy a quiet store experience and take home the latest Scottish produce offers – all while stretching the budget even further.
Fiona, who is based out of the Glenrothes store, has worked at Aldi for a whopping 20 years and is now sharing the discount retailer’s best kept secrets.
Aldi was crowned UK’s cheapest supermarket in 2021 by consumer champion Which? And has been named as the cheapest UK supermarket for June, July, August and September 2022 by the same consumer champions. Additionally, Aldi Scotland scooped the Scottish Sourcing Award from the Scottish Food and Drink Excellence Awards earlier this month further reinforcing its commitment to retailing and working with Scottish producers.
Graham Nicolson, Group Buying Director, Aldi Scotland, said: “At Aldi, we want to ensure an enjoyable shopping experience for our customers as well as one that is favourable to the bank balance. We provide an extensive range of locally sourced products that our customers now come to expect.”
The first Aldi store in Scotland opened in Kilmarnock in 1994, and today the discounter works with over 90 Scottish suppliers and stocks over 450 Scottish-produced products, giving customers access to some of the freshest, highest quality food and drink available anywhere in the country.
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