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NutriQuick and ALDI Ireland sign new €10m deal

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Irish supplier NutriQuick and ALDI have signed a new deal worth over €10m to supply ready meals and protein pots to the discount retailer.

The new deal will extend ALDI’s relationship with NutriQuick for three more years – the company has been supplying the supermarket group since 2019.

NutriQuick’s range of meals include taco fries, burrito bowls and fake-away range.

The company is one of more than 330 Irish suppliers that ALDI work with and the retailer said it spends €1.1 billion annually with its Irish suppliers.

It said the new deal will result in the expansion of its facility in Blessington in Co Wicklow and will create new jobs.

Dean Siney, founder and managing director of NutriQuick, said the company was delighted to have secured the new contract with ALDI.

“NutriQuick’s meal options have proven especially popular with those involved in playing sport or keeping fit. Some of our gaelic football ambassadors are among the many fans of NutriQuick’s range of meals and protein pots which help to fuel them for their busy, active lifestyles,” he added.

Billy Carr, Buying Director at ALDI Ireland, said that NutriQuick is being very much part of the ALDI family in Ireland.

“At ALDI, we’re committed to making healthy eating more affordable and convenient for all, so this new expanded partnership with NutriQuick is a natural fit. We’re both committed to providing Irish consumers with high-quality, affordable, healthy and nutritious choices,” he added.

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