Beef dispute forces Aldi to stock Irish meat processed in UK

Beef dispute forces Aldi to stock Irish meat processed in UK


Retailer cites ‘availability issues’ as row between farmers and processors continues.

The supermarket chain Aldi has said that “availability issues” have forced it to begin selling Irish beef and pork products processed at UK plants.

Customers are being informed of the change in supply chain in Aldi stores in what appears to be the first effect of the ongoing dispute between farmers and processors on Irish consumers.

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Mark Hilliard, Vivienne Clarke