Lidl crowned supermarket of the year

Lid crowned supermarket of the year
// Lidl GB named Supermarket of the Year at the Retail Industry Awards 2020
// The discount grocer won four other awards, including Most Sustainable Retailer

Lidl GB has been named Supermarket of the Year at the 2020 Retail Industry Awards, beating like of Iceland, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and main rival Aldi.

Judges praised Lidl’s continued drive to provide affordable fresh produce to families across the Britain and encouraging children to eat healthy food, while also championing its networks of suppliers.

In addition to the most coveted award, Lidl GB also won Most Sustainable Retailer for the second year running, Fresh Produce Retailer of the Year for the third year in a row, and Fresh Flower retailer of the Year for the fourth consecutive year.


“To be named Supermarket of the Year for 2020 on top of our four other wins is an incredible achievement, and one we’re very proud of in this a year like no other,” Lidl GB chief executive Christian Härtnagel said.#

“It wouldn’t have been possible without our incredible colleagues who have done a phenomenal job over the past 12 months and truly are the backbone of our business.

“I would also like to take this opportunity to thank our customers for choosing to do their shop with us.

“Since opening our first stores over 25 years ago, we’ve been passionate about providing fresh, high quality products at the lowest prices on the market.

“This is more important now than ever before, with events of the past year leading to tightening of household budgets.

“As we continue into 2021 we hope to welcome even more customers across the country through our doors.”

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