Aldi Challenges Kroger and Whole Foods, Cuts Pesticides From Food


German supermarket retailer Aldi has completely stopped selling products that contain eight dangerous pesticides




Deltamethrin, Chlorpyrifos, Clothianidin, Cypermethrin, Imidacloprid, Thiamethoxam, Sulfoxaflo and Fipronil are the ingredients that Aldi has decided to stop selling. 

The move has been praised by environmentalists, especially those concerned with the connection between pesticides and the death of honeybees.

Because if this, Aldi is now set to overtake Kroger (the nation's largest grocery store chain as of mid 2016) by adding more healthy foods to its shelves.





The number of Aldi stores in the US. has increased by one-third in the past three years to about 1,600, aiming for 2,000 U.S stores by 2018.

Popular because of its fresh produce combined with low prices, it can now out-do its competitors by its strategy of removing artificial ingredients from many products, adding gluten-free items and expanding its organic-food offerings. 





Aldi have also been praised for removing products that contain partially hydrogenated oils and MSG from its private-label brands.







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