Aldi has extended its partnership with Nottinghamshire fresh fruit and vegetable grower Hammonds Produce. The fresh produce grower has also worked with Aldi to introduce and invest in a new, more sustainable packaging for the rhubarb. By adding more air holes to the plastic film, Hammonds has created packaging that helps keep the product fresh for longer, while also saving the use of around kg of non-recyclable plastic each year. By Tom Pegden Leicester Mercury business editor. Subscribe When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Your information will be used in accordance with our Privacy Notice.
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In these Terms and Conditions and the Agreement the following expressions shall have the following meanings:. If the Order is so amended by the Customer, a revised quote shall be issued by rhubarb and the quotation process described in Clauses 3. Such supplies to be ordered in the name and on behalf of rhubarb and not the Customer and shall remain the property of rhubarb; 4. Where any taxable supply for VAT purposes is made under the Agreement by rhubarb to the Customer, the Customer shall, on receipt of a valid VAT Invoice from rhubarb, pay to rhubarb, such additional amounts in respect of VAT as are chargeable on the supply of the Catering Services at the same time payment is due for the supply of the Catering Services.
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Discount supermarket giant Aldi has signed a deal to buy one million stalks of rhubarb from a Maidstone supplier. It has struck the agreement for forced rhubarb from Farm Fresh PO Producers Organisation which promotes local growers and suppliers. Initially being sold as a 'specially selected' items in some stores across the country from early March, if it proves a hit with shoppers it could be rolled out nationwide.
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