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Lidl named grocer of the year

Lidl named grocer of the year
Written by Roma Publications

Lidl named grocer of the year

Leading retailer, Lidl has announced its triumph at this year’s Grocer Gold Awards, beating Waitrose, Asda and Aldi to the title of The Grocer of the Year.

The prestigious accolade follows Lidl’s success at The Grocer Own Label Awards, where it picked up 13 gold, 23 silver and 55 finalist medals – the most awards of any supermarket.

Commenting on the achievement, Lidl UK CEO Ronny Gottschlich, said:

“This is an incredible achievement and a great reward for all of the hard work put in by all Lidl UK teams across the business over the past year.

“More and more people are coming to Lidl for their full supermarket shop, with old preconceptions continuing to change all the time. This award helps to reinforce the growing trust and loyalty that the British public have in us.

“We are committed to investing in our own brand ranges so that we can offer our customers premium products and ingredients at the lowest possible prices, helping them to shop a little smarter and save as much money as possible, every single day.

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank every single member of Team Lidl, and of course our wonderful customers, for helping to make the business what it is today.”

Since first establishing itself in the UK 1994, Lidl has gone from strength to strength, with 620 stores across England, Scotland and Wales, and an aggressive expansion plan that will see the retailer opening more stores throughout the year, whilst refurbishing existing stores to help cater for its growing customer base.

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