First Scottish strawberries of the season reach Aldi

Punnets of the first Scottish strawberries of the season made their way to Aldi stores across Scotland on 15 April.

Aldi’s first-pick Scottish strawberries were grown by Tim Stockwell of Barnsmuir Farm in Fife for Angus Soft Fruits, which supplies Aldi stores across Scotland with fresh berries from growers across Tayside and Fife, the heart of the traditional Scottish berry growing region.

Tim commented: “It is exciting to be sending the first Scottish strawberries of the season to Aldi as we celebrate the new harvest. As with countless other businesses, we are facing difficulties as a result of the coronavirus lockdown, but we’re all pulling together, and this year more than ever. It certainly feels like a real achievement to be able to supply Aldi customers with the first punnets from this year’s first crop of Scottish strawberries.”

Aldi is committed to supporting its Scottish suppliers and has been working with Angus Soft Fruits to ensure Scottish-grown strawberries will be readily available in stores this spring and summer.

Graham Nicolson, Group Buying Director, Aldi Scotland said: “The arrival of the Scottish strawberry season is always welcomed by our customers, and we’re pleased to be the first supermarket to offer Scottish strawberries this year. In the current climate, it is more important than ever for us to support our network of Scottish suppliers, who work, day in, day out, to deliver top quality produce for our customers. We know that times are hard, but with Scottish strawberries renowned for their taste and quality, we hope the arrival of the first crop will bring some happiness and the early taste of summer to our customers.”

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