Aldi is to start selling dried fruit in Australia, following the launch of a fresh range in the US last month.
Key points:The new products will be available in Australia’s largest supermarkets and specialty food outletsAldi’s products will include fruit and vegetables including apples, peaches, applesauce, pecan, cantaloupes, strawberries and tomatoesAldis products will not include frozen fruit, dried fruit or vegetables.
In Australia, Aldi’s fruit and vegetable products include:• Apple (2.3kg)• Black Cherry (1kg)The Aldi fruit and veggie line, which will be launched later this year, will be sold at Aldi stores in Sydney and Melbourne.
It comes as Aldi said it had increased its focus on frozen fruit and the Australian market and had added new flavours including peach, peach, pineapple, strawberry and tomatoes.
In addition to the new products, Aldis has added an Aldi Fruit and Vegetable range to its already extensive range.
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