Irish cafe popular among coffee lovers is cooking up a successful partnership with Aldi

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    Irish cafe cook to a successful partnership with the German retail giant Aldi.
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Irish cafe cook to a successful partnership with the German retail giant Aldi.

Velo café in cork, founded by Rob Horgan has built its reputation on offering excellent thanks to the impressive quality of coffee.

Coffee is carefully roasted and Packed in cork and Cycling has earned an enviable reputation among coffee lovers.

Now that coffee is available in over 130 aldi stores in Ireland due to the special growing initiative of Aldi’, a proposed German supermarket chain.

It is a dream for Mr. Horgan, whose George waterfront cafe is thriving thanks to the dramatic recovery in the Embankments of the tube and the area around Angelsea and Eastern Docklands.

“We are pleased to see that our product is available in Aldi buyers across the country. We believe that we offer something truly unique, and thank Aldi for providing us with the opportunity to share them,” he said.

Led coffee visited a number of merchants green bean before selecting a preferred vendor based on quality, management and tracking of their grains and their passion for great coffee.

Coffee includes some of the best beans produced in South America.

“If we don’t start with the best raw materials, we are unable to provide you with the best coffee and we are glad that we are going to be able to split our forces locally roasted coffee on the shelves of Aldi across the country.”

To grow with Aldi is a €500,000 investment by the retailer in a new supplier development program.

It stemmed from research that showed that 78pc of Irish consumers to choose an Irish product for the imported option.

General Director of Aldi Ireland and the UK, Giles Hurley, said that their new sources of initiative, the product of common sense.

“We have always taken great pride in our Irish search and support Irish food and beverage companies that have long-term partnerships with more than 175 Irish suppliers across the country,” he said.

“For many small food and beverages business seeking to secure a list with the major retailer puts a lot of pressure on your team.”

“We started this programme of development to make it easier for companies to make their products on our shelves and give our customers access to the most exciting and best quality of new products from Ireland,” he said.

Velo Roasters coffee in Aldi from August 23 with two products, ground and whole grains.

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