Lidl Bids To Become Germany's 'Most Sustainable Discounter'

June 25, 2019 EcoVadis ‏‏‎

Lidl has set itself the goal of becoming the most sustainable discounter in Germany, by meeting its consumers' demand for more organic products. According to the purchasing director at Lidl Germany Jan Bock, consumers, particularly those aged between 14 and 30-year-olds, and over-50s prefer organic food.

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