Published in Food on 23-01-2020
Stefan Van Rompaey
Last year, Aldi managed to outperform Tesco and Carrefour to take second place in the ranking of the largest European food retailers, after rival Schwarz Group (Lidl and Kaufland). Further consolidation in the sector seems inevitable.
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