Aldi Hungary wins Superbrands award

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The Hungarian subsidiary of Austriaʼs Aldi has won a Superbrands award, a quality recognition for retailers in Hungary, for the second time in its history here, according to a press release issued today.

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This year the award has been handed out for the 12th time. Aldi was awarded the accolade in 2014, which Tibor Székács, the CEO of Aldi Magyarország Élelmiszer Bt., considered a “great honor.”

“For Aldi Hungary it is especially important to offer high-quality products for its customers, and our commitment can be further strengthened by acquiring the Superbrands award,”the CEO added.

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