1. 2020
  2. Key figures 2020

Key figures 2020

Management

Total net sales of ALDI Nord
Total net sales of ALDI Nord

Total net sales in the business year (in billion euros)

Stores and ALDI employees

Total number of stores and total number of ALDI employees (headcount) by gender and region on the reference date 31 December

Number of Stores

Number of employees

thereof female

Number of Stores

Number of employees

thereof female

Number of Stores

Number of employees

thereof female

Belgium/Luxembourg1

461

7,234

5,160

456

7,3192

5,083

456

8,056

5,837

Denmark

183

2,367

1,220

182

2,689

1,456

184

2,594

1,195

France

872

9,526

5,974

870

10,070

6,290

885

10,158

6,628

Germany

2,219

36,312

25,415

2,206

37,788

25,297

2,210

38,860

26,517

Netherlands

496

10,933

6,287

492

11,086

6,444

493

10,104

5,994

Poland

132

2,142

1,845

138

2,694

2,206

157

3,509

2,812

Portugal

65

1,496

987

73

1,633

1,094

83

2,239

1,544

Spain

294

3,924

2,560

308

4,357

2,870

328

5,463

3,466

ALDI Nord

4,722

73,934

49,448

4,725

77,636

50,740

4,796

80,983

54,029


1 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).
2 The value for 2019 was corrected compared to the information published in the previous year’s report.

Products and own brands in the product ranges

Number of products and proportion of own-brand products in the standard product ranges (in per cent)

Number of products

Proportion of own brand (in %)

Number of products

Proportion of own brand (in %)

Number of products

Proportion of own brand (in %)

Belgium/Luxembourg1

1,459

95.5

1,479

95.1

1,594

90.0

Denmark

1,876

70.8

1,741

61.9

1,624

65.3

France

1,546

93.7

1,562

93.1

1,775

88.4

Germany

1,649

86.9

1,739

85.4

1,579

79.4

Netherlands

2,007

92.5

2,075

92.3

1,947

90.5

Poland

2,259

70.1

2,326

67.8

1,991

48.7

Portugal

1,746

84.5

1,908

84.8

2,016

84.4

Spain

2,311

84.0

2,624

86.1

2,472

85.8

ALDI Nord

1,857

83.9

1,932

82.8

14,998

79.1

1 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

Customer & Product

Bags sold/given away

Number of bags sold/given away by type (in thousands)

Total

Short-life bags1

Long-life bags2

Total

Short-life bags1

Long-life bags2

Total

Short-life bags1

Long-life bags2

Belgium/Luxembourg3

8,207

4,449

3,758

6,251

6

6,245

5,220

5,220

Denmark

6,207

6,044

163

5,438

5,177

261

3,845

2,329

1,516

France

14,667

10,256

4,411

16,763

12,707

4,056

15,982

11,998

3,984

Germany

28,491

10,237

18,254

21,473

21,473

27,674

27,674

Netherlands

2,360

8

2,351

5,439

51

5,388

4,958

1

4,957

Poland

5,560

1,212

4,348

7,638

1,156

6,482

7,479

908

6,571

Portugal

4,439

4,003

436

5,538

4,961

577

6,239

5,535

704

Spain

24,053

23,254

799

17,909

16,822

1,087

25,541

24,391

1,150

ALDI Nord

93,983

59,462

34,521

86,449

40,881

45,568

96,938

45,162

51,776

1 Short-life carrier bags: These include paper and plastic carrier bags (incl. loop-handle bags).
2
Long-life carrier bags: These include cotton carrier bags, jute bags, reusable carrier bags, coloured carrier bags, bags for life, freezer bags and plastic boxes. From 2020 onwards, these figures also include reusable loop-handle bags and OGATA carrier backpacks.
3
The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

Food donations

Number of stores that donate unsaleable yet still edible food to charitable institutions as a proportion of the total number of stores (in per cent)

In general, we manage goods in such a manner as to prevent losses to the greatest extent possible. Wherever possible, any surpluses should be donated. However, not all locations have access to partners that accept food donations.

2018

2019

2020

Belgium/Luxembourg1

42.72

50.12

61.0

Denmark

56.3

72.9

61.2

France

23.9

36.8

55.7

Germany

98.9

99.1

97.6

Netherlands

76.2

81.9

86.4

Poland

30.3

41.3

92.7

Portugal

100.0

100.0

100.0

Spain

68.4

64.0

56.1

ALDI Nord

77.3

81.0

80.9

1 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).
2
The values for 2018 and 2019 were corrected compared to the information published in the previous year’s report.

Organic and Fairtrade products

Number of own-brand products with EU organic logo and number of procured own-brand products with Fairtrade certification in the standard and special-buy product ranges1

Organic products

Fairtrade products

Organic products

Fairtrade products

Organic products

Fairtrade products

Belgium/Luxembourg2

113

16

121

41

112

27

Denmark

213

22

169

75

234

61

France

151

15

223

42

233

40

Germany

258

42

305

160

379

174

Netherlands

114

34

128

82

106

75

Poland

105

17

134

87

84

86

Portugal

165

22

244

97

271

92

Spain

345

7

322

64

314

69

ALDI Nord

1,024

90

1,178

265

1,290

269


1 In some cases, the ALDI Nord buying companies purchase individual products for several countries. As a result, the total number of purchased products may be lower than the total of the breakdowns by country.
2 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).
 

Labelled vegetarian and vegan products

Number of listed food and non-food own-brand products labelled as vegetarian and/or vegan from the standard and special-buy product ranges1

In addition to the labelled products, ALDI Nord offers wide ranges of non-labelled vegetarian and/or vegan items.

2018

2019

2020

Belgium/Luxembourg2

36

37

57

Denmark

15

68

58

France

8

23

35

Germany

169

246

385

Netherlands

16

27

76

Poland

9

73

96

Portugal

17

54

126

Spain

37

66

139

ALDI Nord

271

497

633

1 In some cases, the ALDI Nord buying companies purchase individual products for several countries. As a result, the total number of purchased products may be lower than the total of the breakdowns by country.
2
The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

Fruit and vegetable items

Average number of fruit and vegetable items in the product range

 

 

2018

2019

2020

Belgium/Luxembourg1

105

106

139

Denmark

110

107

95

France

100

105

128

Germany

102

110

125

Netherlands

122

124

109

Poland

123

115

112

Portugal

104

111

129

Spain

140

150

188

ALDI Nord  

113

116

115

1 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

Public product recalls

The number of publicly recalled products, broken down into food and non-food products

Total

Recalls Food

Recalls non-food

Total

Recalls Food

Recalls non-food

Total

Recalls Food

Recalls non-food

Belgium/Luxembourg1

9

8

1

9

7

2

8

8

Denmark

4

3

1

11

9

2

3

2

1

France

13

13


9

8

1

18

15

3

Germany

10

8

2

18

16

2

13

12

1

Netherlands

2

1

1

8

6

2

5

5

Poland

1


1

4

3

1

11

10

1

Portugal




1

1


1

1

Spain

7

6

1

8

7

1

9

7

2

ALDI Nord

46

39

7

68

57

11

68

60

8

1 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

Products promoted with Stiftung Warentest or ÖKO-TEST

Number of articles promoted with test results from consumer association Stiftung Warentest or consumer magazine ÖKO-TEST1

Products promoted with Stiftung Warentest or ÖKO-TEST

1 It is only possible to label products with test results in Germany; the data therefore only relates to Germany.

Products with ALDI Transparency Code (fish and seafood in Germany)

Number of own-brand fish and seafood products and own-brand products containing fish and seafood in Germany that are labelled with the ALDI Transparency Code (ATC)

The scope of data is to be expanded and internationalised in the years ahead by introducing the ATC for additional product groups and in additional countries.

Proportion of products with ALDI Transparency Code in Germany – Sustainability at ALDI North

Products with ALDI Transparency Code (meat)

Number and share of own-brand meat products and own-brand products containing meat that are labelled with the ALDI Transparency Code (ATC)1

Total

ATC products

Proportion of ATC (in %)

Belgium/Luxembourg2

389

324

83.3

Denmark

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

France

606

368

60.7

Germany

781

717

91.8

Netherlands

466

113

24.2

Poland

381

19

5.0

Portugal

286

72

25.2

Spain

265

8

3.0

ALDI Nord

3,174

1,621

51.1

1 Data was collected internationally for the first time in 2020, with the exception of Denmark.
2  The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

Supply Chain & Resources

Certified sustainable fish and seafood products

Share of own-brand products certified with the MSC, ASC, GLOBALG.A.P. or EU organic logo as a proportion of the total number of fish and seafood products, broken down by certification standard (in per cent)1

In 2020, around 60 per cent of our own-brand fish and seafood products were certified with one of the following sustainability standards: the largest portion was attributable to the MSC certification standard (around 65 per cent), followed by ASC certification (around 27 per cent), GLOBALG.A.P. certification (around 13 per cent) and products with the EU organic logo (around two per cent).

Total

thereof MSC

thereof  ASC

thereof GLOBAL G.A.P.

thereof  EU organic

Total

thereof  MSC

thereof  ASC

thereof GLOBAL G.A.P.

thereof  EU organic

Total

thereof MSC

thereof ASC

thereof GLOBAL G.A.P.

thereof  EU organic

Belgium/Luxembourg2

72.8

67.3

24.3

14.0

1.9

76.9

66.7

27.6

8.9

0.8

74.3

71.4

29.3

9.0

0.8

Denmark

77.4

76.9

18.5

13.9

4.6

86.8

66.1

18.6

11.9

5.1

88.9

58.9

30.4

16.1

France

43.9

74.7

20.3

5.1

1.3

49.1

72.5

22.9

5.5

3.7

54.1

70.6

25.4

4.8

4.0

Germany

78.0

62.3

18.8

21.7

3.6

80.5

58.8

22.2

24.2

3.3

85.8

53.4

25.2

27.6

4.3

Netherlands

76.4

60.0

37.5

5.0

0.8

82.7

56.5

43.5

2.6

80.6

53.3

46.7

2.7

Poland

44.8

76.8

10.7

10.7

5.4

46.6

78.9

6,6

11.8

1.3

42.2

80.9

7.4

10.3

Portugal

40.2

62.2

18.9

18.9

5.4

51.8

70.2

15.8

15.8

3.5

51.0

61.5

25.0

7.7

5.8

Spain

19.3

75.0

7.1

10.7

7.1

28.2

81.7

10.0

6.7

5.0

37.8

67.6

17.6

11.8

2.9

ALDI Nord

53.9

68.1

24.4

10.5

1.9

56.5

66.4

26.6

8.9

1.4

60.0

64.6

27.2

12.6

2.1

1 Products which are certified with several labels are listed in the breakdown under all the affected categories, but only as one product in the total number. The total sum of all the breakdowns may therefore exceed 100 per cent.
2
The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

FSC®- or PEFC™-certified products

Share of own-brand products certified according to FSC® or PEFCTM as a proportion of the total number of own-brand products from the standard and special-buy product ranges with elements made of wood, board, paper, cellulose-based viscose and non-woven fabric, as well as bamboo, broken down by certification standard (in per cent)

FSC® 100%, FSC® MIX and PEFCTM are considered to be certification standards. In 2020, FSC® MIX accounted for the largest share (around 43 per cent), followed by FSC® 100% (around 39 per cent) and PEFCTM (around 18 per cent).

Total

thereof  FSC® 100%

thereof  FSC® MIX

thereof  PEFC™

Total

thereof  FSC® 100%

thereof  FSC® MIX

thereof PEFC™

Total

thereof  FSC® 100%

thereof  FSC® MIX

thereof PEFC™

Belgium/Luxembourg1

79.3

34.8

41.5

23.7

97.8

37.4

38.9

23.8

97.2

35.2

43.7

21.1

Denmark

93.1

43.6

42.6

13.8

94.5

40.6

42.6

16.8

95.0

49.3

33.3

17.4

France

85.2

35.0

45.8

19.2

91.2

37.5

43.1

19.4

92.6

47.9

39.1

13.0

Germany

92.5

33.4

51.2

15.4

95.3

41.8

44.8

13.4

95.2

38.6

47.6

13.8

Netherlands

83.1

41.5

35.7

22.7

89.8

30.7

38.1

31.3

90.7

39.2

39.2

21.6

Poland

75.7

46.7

40.0

13.3

71.4

52.9

30.3

16.8

89.8

41.3

34.1

24.6

Portugal

92.3

43.1

41.9

15.0

94.5

47.7

35.5

16.9

96.7

51.7

35.0

13.3

Spain

76.3

43.0

36.1

20.9

93.0

53.5

30.8

15.7

97.5

52.6

28.1

19.3

ALDI Nord

76.4

31.3

43.8

24.9

87.9

35.0

42.8

22.2

93.2

39.2

43.3

17.5

1 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

Certified palm oil

Proportion of total volume of palm oil used in the production of our food and non-food items in the standard and special-buy product ranges certified in accordance with a physical RSPO supply chain system (in per cent)1

Total

Food

Non-food

Total

Food

Non-food

Total

Food

Non-food

Belgium/Luxembourg2

91.9

99.7

41.2

99.8

99.8

99.3

100.0

100.0

99.9

Denmark

94.0

100.0

78.0

96.2

99.9

81.8

90.1

93.8

69.8

France

87.5

100.0

43.2

100.0

100.0

100.0

99.9

99.9

100.0

Germany

92.9

99.9

65.6

99.1

99.9

94.4

100.0

100.0

100.0

Netherlands

85.1

90.5

37.4

98.6

99.6

89.4

100.0

100.0

100.0

Poland

79.2

79.5

76.4

78.0

93.9

38.1

99.5

99.4

100.0

Portugal

90.1

93.7

86.9

97.4

99.0

83.9

99.7

99.9

96.6

Spain

76.8

95.8

20.7

85.6

97.6

33.8

87.6

97.8

56.7

ALDI Nord

90.0

97.9

55.1

98.6

99.7

92.5

99.3

99.8

96.9

1 Some data is based on projections.
2 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

Sustainable cotton

Share of sustainable cotton as a proportion of the total volume of cotton in the clothing and home textiles product groups from the standard and special-buy product ranges, broken down by certification standard (in per cent)

 

Total

thereof  OCS

thereof  GOTS

thereof  CmiA

thereof  BCI

thereof recycled without certification

 

thereof  Fairtrade

thereof  organic

Total

thereof  OCS

thereof GOTS

thereof  CmiA

thereof  BCI

thereof recycled without certification

thereof  Fairtrade

thereof  organic

Total

thereof OCS

thereof GOTS

thereof CmiA

thereof BCI

thereof recycled without certification

thereof Fairtrade

thereof GRS

thereof organic

Belgium/Luxembourg1

33.8

7.3

83.5

3.6

2.3

3.2

54.7

18.0

64.5

1.6

2.3

5.3

1.4

6.9

74.7

12.9

52.3

2.4

18.2

5.8

1.3

0.8

6.3

Denmark

32.9

18.5

73.7

2.6

5.2

37.8

52.0

18.5

5.3

11.8

10.9

1.5

63.7

21.3

32.5

4.9

40.3

0.7

0.3

France

24.5

22.3

68.3

7.3

2.1

24.9

48.5

22.3

4.2

9.2

15.7

52.1

23.7

26.3

4.0

37.3

7.7

1.0

Germany

35.5

21.3

71.7

1.9

5.1

35.3

52.7

22.2

10.9

9.4

1.8

3.0

64.9

23.2

25.2

9.0

39.2

0.9

1.4

1.1

Netherlands2

21.0

25.3

71.5

1.7

1.5

25.3

45.3

23.2

6.9

9.0

10.2

5.4

49.5

19.0

31.2

6.5

37.2

5.2

1.2

Poland

30.9

19.7

76.3

1.2

0.5

1.5

0.9

37.1

53.5

24.5

7.8

11.4

0.5

1.3

0.9

64.8

21.2

26.9

5.9

44.8

0.5

0.3

0.3

Portugal

37.7

14.4

78.8

2.4

4.5

38.6

50.2

26.5

5.0

3.5

13.4

1.2

0.2

76.4

12.2

25.8

3.3

56.3

1.0

0.5

0.2

0.8

Spain

32.6

17.2

76.0

2.7

1.3

2.9

42.6

47.5

31.4

5.8

2.6

10.2

2.5

68.7

30.5

33.7

6.7

25.2

2.9

0.9

ALDI Nord

33.2

20.0

72.8

0.02

2.4

4.3

0.4

36.2

46.2

29.6

8.3

8.0

4.3

2.6

1.1

64.1

21.9

29.0

7.4

36.9

2.1

1.3

0.8

0.7

1 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’)

Non-food product group production facilities by country
Non-food product group production facilities by country in 2019 – Sustainability at ALDI North

Share of non-food production facilities used by producing country in 2020 (in per cent)

ALDI Social Assessments (ASAs)

2018

2019

2020

Number of countries in which ASAs were carried out

6

9

10

Number of ASAs effected,
   thereof China

327
240

348
242

307
156

Proportion of non-food production facilities in risk countries in which social risks were detected, relating to the total number of ASAs effected (in per cent)

30.6

22.4

19.2

Certified sustainable cocoa

Share of own-brand products from the standard and special-buy product ranges with certified sustainable cocoa as a proportion of the total number of procured products containing cocoa, broken down by certification standard (in per cent)

In 2020, around 96 per cent of the own-brand products containing cocoa used certified sustainable cocoa. The largest proportion was attributable to the UTZ/Rainforest Alliance certification standard (around 80 per cent), followed by Fairtrade (around 19 per cent, including around 1 per cent attributable to items with Fairtrade certification and the EU organic logo) and the EU organic logo (around 0.2 per cent).

Total

thereof
UTZ

thereof  Fairtrade

Total

thereof
UTZ

thereof  Fairtrade

Total

thereof UTZ1

thereof Fairtrade

thereof Rainforest Alliance1

Belgium/Luxembourg2

99.4

94.1

2.7

100.0

95.1

2.5

99.7

94.6

2.6

0.6

Denmark

99.0

88.2

10.3

98.6

83.2

11.7

92.0

60.7

33.2

5.6

France

87.8

95.8

2.4

94.0

91.4

6.1

93.6

75.8

7.6

13.0

Germany

97.3

90.5

8.2

95.4

81.9

16.0

98.8

58.6

33.0

6.9

Netherlands

97.1

96.7

3.0

97.9

88.5

10.9

96.1

65.7

22.3

12.0

Poland

95.7

91.8

5.9

94.1

81.6

16.1

97.6

64.0

33.0

3.0

Portugal

98.4

89.2

6.3

96.8

82.6

14.6

95.8

66.3

26.6

4.8

Spain

96.3

87.2

7.7

97.4

80.6

14.1

94.7

70.4

19.2

7.6

ALDI Nord

94.9

93.8

3.6

97.1

89.6

7.7

96.1

72.4

18.6

7.3

1 In 2020, the survey of UTZ and Rainforest Alliance certified cocoa articles was carried out according to the same structure as in previous years. From 2021, the survey will be adapted to account for the merger of the two certification standards.
2 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

Certified sustainable cocoa by weight

Share of certified sustainable cocoa as a proportion of the total weight of cocoa procured for own-brand products in the standard and special-buy product ranges, broken down by certification standard online (in per cent)

In 2020, around 100 per cent of the own-brand products containing cocoa used certified sustainable cocoa. The largest proportion was attributable to the UTZ/Rainforest Alliance certification standard (around 94 per cent), followed by Fairtrade (around 6 per cent, including around 0.2 per cent attributable to items with Fairtrade certification and the EU organic logo) and the EU organic logo (around 0.005 per cent).

Total

thereof UTZ2

thereof Fairtrade

thereof Rainforest Alliance2

Belgium/Luxembourg3

100.0

99.3

0.2

0.5

Denmark

97.5

19.7

77.5

0.3

France

93.5

77.3

4.1

10.4

Germany

99.9

58.4

36.6

3.8

Netherlands

98.4

68.8

23.9

5.8

Poland

99.2

81.3

16.5

1.3

Portugal

92.1

56.1

22.1

8.0

Spain

96.3

60.3

27.4

5.6

ALDI Nord

99.7

92.3

6.0

1.4

1The data was collected for the first time in 2020.
2
In 2020, the quantities of cocoa certified by UTZ and Rainforest Alliance were still surveyed separately. From 2021, the survey will be adapted to account for the merger of the two certification standards.
3 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

Certified sustainable coffee

Share of certified sustainable coffee as a proportion of the total weight of coffee procured for own-brand products in the standard and special-buy product ranges, broken down by certification standard (in per cent)

In 2020, around 55 per cent of the coffee procured for own-brand products was certified according to one of the following sustainability standards: Fairtrade, UTZ/Rainforest Alliance and the EU organic logo. UTZ/Rainforest Alliance certification accounted for the largest share (around 88 per cent), followed by a share of around 12 per cent with Fairtrade certification and the EU organic logo.

Total

thereof  UTZ

thereof Fairtrade/ EU-organic

thereof  Rainforest Alliance

Total

thereof  UTZ

thereof  Fairtrade/ EU-Bio

thereof  Rainforest Alliance

Total

thereof UTZ1

thereof Fairtrade/ EU-Bio

thereof Rainforest Alliance1

Belgium/Luxembourg2

54.2

86.6

2.7

10.8

54.4

85.2

2.5

12.3

57.0

84.1

2.4

13.5

Denmark

81.7

84.0

7.5

8.1

54.8

67.0

13.6

5.9

85.7

83.3

8.4

8.3

France

58.3

92.9

2.6

58.1

92.4

4.7

2.9

57.7

91.7

4.6

3.7

Germany

43.1

53.0

13.4

6.5

47.0

72.1

19.0

8.9

49.5

72.0

20.0

8.0

Netherlands

57.5

90.0

5.0

5.0

60.2

88.6

5.9

5.5

63.6

90.4

3.9

5.6

Poland

46.6

89.4

4.2

5.7

58.2

91.1

4.8

4.1

46.5

90.4

3.8

5.8

Portugal

62.6

70.4

19.3

66.0

70.3

8.3

21.0

69.4

77.5

6.2

15.9

Spain

67.3

70.3

15.9

73.4

68.7

15.2

16.2

71.2

62.7

18.9

18.4

ALDI Nord

50.1

69.8

8.2

6.7

52.5

79.9

11.5

8.1

54.8

80.0

11.7

8.3

1 In 2020, the quantities of coffee certified by UTZ and Rainforest Alliance were still surveyed separately. From 2021, the survey will be adapted to account for the merger of the two certification standards.
2
The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

Certified sustainable tea

Share of certified sustainable tea as a proportion of the total weight of procured own-brand tea products in the standard and special-buy product ranges, broken down by certification standard (in per cent)1

In 2020, around 68 per cent of our own-brand tea products was certified according to one of the following sustainability standards: Fairtrade, UTZ/Rainforest Alliance and the EU organic logo. UTZ/Rainforest Alliance accounted for the largest share (around 82 per cent), followed by the EU organic logo (around 15 per cent).

Total

thereof  Rainforest Alliance

thereof  UTZ

thereof  EU-Bio

Total

thereof  Rainforest Alliance

thereof  UTZ

thereof  EU-Bio

Total

thereof Rainforest Alliance2

thereof UTZ2

thereof EU-Bio

Belgium/Luxembourg3

65.3

39.2

8.6

52.2

67.2

50,0

8.8

32.2

70.1

72.1

12.5

15.4

Denmark

64.9

54.0

23.7

16.3

40.4

61.7

11.6

21.2

78.9

70.3

19.1

9.7

France

82.7

44.6

1.9

53.5

71.6

75.8

24.2

67.4

75.0

25.0

Germany

61.6

51.1

23.7

21.4

61.9

52.8

24.5

18.7

67.3

43.7

35.8

17.4

Netherlands

70.4

78.3

0.8

17.9

74.1

86.6

3.2

7.3

73.9

88.4

8.8

Poland

46.7

57.4

33.1

7.6

52.4

61.4

30.3

7.1

67.0

57.5

35.2

6.3

Portugal

49.4

34.0

35.3

30.7

49.3

53.3

34.2

12.5

62.1

30.0

49.0

15.1

Spain

49.1

27.8

35.8

36.5

50.5

58.9

27.9

13.2

61.5

43.6

39.8

16.5

ALDI Nord

62.7

53.8

19.5

23.5

62.7

59.2

19.6

17.6

68.0

52.6

29.8

14.9

1 The scope of data takes into account own-brand products containing tea (items that contain products from the tea plant, such as black and green tea), as well as own-brand products containing tea infusions (such as herbal and fruit tea).
2
In 2020, the quantities of tea certified by UTZ and Rainforest Alliance were still surveyed separately. From 2021, the survey will be adapted to account for the merger of the two certification standards.
3
 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

KAT-certified shell eggs

Share of KAT-certified shell eggs as a proportion of the total number of procured shell eggs in the standard and special-buy product ranges (in per cent)1

2018

2019

2020

Belgium/Luxembourg2

89.3

94.9

95.6

Germany

100.0

100.0

100.0

Netherlands

100.0

100.0

100.0

Poland

34.7

35.5

32.2

Total

97.6

99.3

98.7

1 KAT certification is not used in all countries. Only the countries where it is used are listed here.
2 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

 

Shell eggs from cage-free farming

Share of cage-free shell eggs as a proportion of the total number of procured shell eggs (in per cent)1

2019

2020

Belgium/Luxembourg2

100.0

100.0

Denmark

100.0

100.0

France

25.3

54.63

Germany

100.0

100.0

Netherlands

100.0

100.0

Poland

n.a.

36.8

Portugal

100.0

100.0

Spain

100.0

100.0

ALDI Nord

96.0

96.1

1 The data was collected for the first time in 2020 and retrospectively for 2019 where available.
2 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).
3
ALDI France reached its target of sourcing 100 per cent of its shell eggs from cage-free farms in March 2021 – well ahead of the 2025 target.

Own-brand cage-free egg products

Share of own-brand cage-free shell egg products as a proportion of the total number of procured egg products (in per cent)1

2020

Belgium/Luxembourg2

99.73

Denmark

100.0

France

79.3

Germany

99.5

Netherlands

100.0

Poland

49.7

Portugal

62.9

Spain

64.4

ALDI Nord

80.1

1 The data was collected for the first time in 2020.
2 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

3
The data refers to ALDI Belgium companies only. It will be expanded to include ALDI Luxembourg companies in the coming years.

Climate & Environment

Direct energy consumption

 Direct energy consumption in buildings and logistics by country (in MWh)1

2018

2019

2020

Belgium/Luxembourg2

110,758

112,820

105,946

Denmark

19,658

19,471

18,828

France

143,871

138,0073

384,431

Germany

394,921

391,645

132,214

Netherlands

79,812

80,503

77,286

Poland

18,949

21,373

27,143

Portugal

1,427

1,5603

2,015

Spain

5,081

5,314

5,118

ALDI Nord

774,478

770,693

752,981

1 The data is partly based on estimates and extrapolations.
2
The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).
3 The value for 2019 was corrected compared to the information published in the previous year’s report.

Direct energy consumption by source

Direct energy consumption in buildings and logistics by energy source (in MWh)1

2018

2019

2020

Natural gas

399,292

393,0522

382,216

Heating oil

26,925

28,889

22,455

Biogas

116

131

101

Diesel (incl. diesel generators)

347,637

347,894

346,954

Petrol

11

338

854

Liquefied petroleum gas

498

389

402

1 The data is partly based on estimates and extrapolations.
2
The value for 2019 was corrected compared to the information published in the previous year’s report.

Indirect energy consumption

Electricity and district heating consumption (in MWh)1

At almost 1,119 GWh, electricity consumption is responsible for the largest share of energy demand at our sites. It increased by around 6 per cent. The increase was due to several factors, including the opening of new stores, additional marquee sales and less favourable weather conditions.

Total

Electricity

District heating

Total

Electricity

District heating

Total

Electricity

District heating

Belgium/Luxembourg2

96,325

96,325


103,691

103,691


103,126

103,126


Denmark

47,769

36,545

11,224

49,875

37,921

11,954

51,465

39,700

11,765

France

199,372

195,753

3,619

207,2243

196,093

11,1313

218,076

207,287

10,789

Germany

495,474

476,032

19,442

502,0753

482,2263

19,849

503,570

483,730

19,840

Netherlands

90,922

89,947

975

106,734

105,810

924

108,000

107,185

815

Poland

28,588

25,027

3,561

32,993

29,106

3,887

35,291

30,880

4,411

Portugal

21,621

21,621


24,183

24,183


23,577

23,577


Spain

108,441

108,441


113,3533

113,3533


123,203

123,203


ALDI Nord

1,088,512

1,049,691

38,821

1,140,128

1,092,383

47,745

1,166,308

1,118,688

47,620

1 The data is partly based on estimates and extrapolations.
2
The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).
3 The value for 2019 was corrected compared to the information published in the previous year’s report.

Greenhouse gas emissions Scope 1 and 2

Greenhouse gas emissions Scope 1 and 2 (in tonnes of CO2 equivalents)

Greenhouse gas emissions were calculated on the basis of energy and fuel consumption, as well as refrigerant losses. The calculation is carried out in accordance with the requirements of the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol using the DEFRA emission factors or GEMIS for emissions from the sourcing of district heating. In accordance with the GHG Protocol, Scope 2 emissions from electricity consumption were calculated separately for the first time in 2019 according to location-based and market-based emission factors. While the location-based method uses the factors for a specific geographical region (such as a country), a company’s individual electricity mix is used – wherever possible – for the market-based factors by way of the emissions actually generated by the energy producer. The calculation of location-based greenhouse gas emissions is based on the factors specified by the International Energy Agency (IEA).

Scope 11

Scope 22 „location-based“

Scope 22 „market-based"

Scope 11

Scope 22 „location-based“

Scope 22 „market-based"

Scope 11

Scope 22 „location-based“

Scope 22 „market-based"

Belgium/Luxembourg3

37,445

16,200

22,312

34,338

17,093

17,136

35,055

20,424

Denmark

9,297

8,784

15,472

8,849

7,153

16,208

7,434

8,128

16,243

France

67,738

10,948

10,499

59,3164

15,3444

11,6584

49,954

13,222

9,325

Germany

114,111

209,197

196,088

108,556

195,3584

203,7164

109,476

198,196

140,970

Netherlands

25,961

41,730

126

28,867

45,964

120

26,248

44,716

106

Poland

8,727

19,253

18,558

7,138

22,986

24,603

7,694

24,475

28,754

Portugal

3,455

5,674

5,711

2,8574

7,675

5,316

2,398

6,958

4,576

Spain

8,376

26,202

169

11,295

31,6214

574

13,609

31,811

ALDI Nord

275,110

337,988

268,935

258,216

343,194

278,814

251,868

347,930

199,972

1 Scope 1: Emissions from direct energy consumption in buildings, fuel consumption for logistics and refrigerant losses.
2 Scope 2: Emissions from the consumption of electricity and district heating, broken down by location- and market-based emissions.
3
The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).
4
The value for 2019 was corrected compared to the information published in the previous year’s report.

Greenhouse gas emissions Scope 1 and 2 by sources
Greenhouse gas emissions Scope 1 and 2 by sources

Total amount of greenhouse gas emissions for Scope 1 and 2 proportionately by source in 2019 (in per cent, location-based emissions)

The value for 2019 was corrected compared to the information published in the previous year’s report.

Vehicles

Number of vehicles on reference date 31 December by type of vehicle

Number of trucks

Number of cars

Other vehicles1

Number of trucks

Number of cars

Other vehicles1

Number of trucks

Number of cars

Other vehicles1

Belgium/Luxemburg2

226

236

8

230

259

8

235

279

8

Denmark

52

128

5

48

140

5

46

137

4

France

223

392

18

225

438

20

243

505

19

Germany

710

1,104

72

690

1,197

71

673

1,262

67

Netherlands

165

238

8

166

276

9

169

316

9

Poland


91

2


165

2


356

2

Portugal


66

1


61

1


120

1

Spain


204

5


203

5


280

5

ALDI Nord

1,376

2,459

119

1,359

2,739

121

1,366

3,255

115

1 These include industrial trucks (forklift trucks) and vehicles with LPG drives.
2
The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

Fuel consumption

Fuel consumption of trucks, cars and other vehicles (in litres or kilograms of LPG)

Diesel1 (l)

Petrol  (l)

LPG (kg)

Diesel1 (l)

Petrol  (l)

LPG (kg)

Diesel1 (l)

Petrol  (l)

LPG (kg)

Belgium/Luxembourg2

4,520,097



4,570,082



4,483,859



Denmark

1,418,630

1,068

63

1,446,716

3,901

45

1,400,522

1,902

22

France

6,427,933


11,058

6,600,170

9,955

6,486,941

3,906

9,844

Germany

17,735,451

107

24,030

17,442,870

572

17,584

17,348,437

43

19,209

Netherlands

3,823,673



3,740,935

19,068


3,559,980

57,633


Poland

227,094


1,188

287,321

13,895


673,910

31,162


Portugal

142,393


66

156,477


66

201,038


66

Spain

450,342


2,560

485,950


2,778

471,979


2,228

ALDI Nord

34,745,613

1,175

38,965

34,730,521

37,436

30,428

34,626,666

94,646

31,369

1 Including consumption of heating oil for operation of cooling motors (outside Germany).
2
The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

Installed capacity of photovoltaic systems

Number and installed capacity of photovoltaic systems (in kWp)

Number of PV systems

Installed capacity

Number of PV systems

Installed capacity

Number of PV systems

Installed capacity

Belgium/Luxembourg1

44

3,128

65

6,578

86

9,453

Denmark

6

84

11

145

14

452

France

15

1,275

41

3,125

79

7,437

Germany

289

36,655

380

52,190

479

67,528

Netherlands

7

580

19

1,500

29

2,487

Poland



1

50

1

50

Portugal

21

2,291

24

2,643

37

4,313

Spain

30

1,733

40

2,224

52

3,384

ALDI Nord

412

45,746

581

68,455

777

95,104

1 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

In-house electricity production

Electricity generated from photovoltaic systems and in-house consumption (in MWh)

Electricity generated

In-house consumption

Electricity generated

In-house consumption

Electricity generated

In-house consumption

Belgium/Luxembourg1

3,152

2,576

4,222

3,479

7,049

5,588

Denmark

75

75

100

100

125

125

France

921

562

3,512

2,118

5,913

5,232

Germany

27,703

19,281

36,477

25,511

56,926

38,197

Netherlands

376

322

1,072

903

1,740

1,516

Poland



18

18

57

57

Portugal

2,193

1,831

3,250

2,793

3,848

3,155

Spain

2,023

1,843

3,791

3,674

4,212

4,001

ALDI Nord

36,443

26,490

52,442

38,596

79,870

57,871

1 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

Waste generation

Amount of waste by type (in tonnes)1

The most significant proportion of the waste generated was attributable to packaging. Hazardous waste, amounting to 1,057 tonnes, only made up 0.3 per cent of the total waste volume. This includes used oil, oil filters, vehicle batteries and fluorescent tubes containing mercury. 2020 is the first year in which data was collected and reported internationally, with the exception of ALDI Poland. In previous years, the data was only collected and reported for the companies of ALDI Nord Germany.

2018

2019

Total

Total

Total

Hazardous waste

Paper/board/carton

Urban waste2

Waste from the production and processing of food3

Used appliances

Total packaging waste

therof plastic (e. g. foil, PET)

therof board/paper

thereof other packaging waste4

Belgium/Luxembourg5

n.a.

n.a.

39,860

69

4,304

73,459

5

28,949

1,193

27,756

Denmark6

n.a.

n.a.

8,918

1,095

2,987

4,836

4,836

France

n.a.

n.a.

35,744

24

109

3,855

406

18

31,332

1,420

27,519

2,393

Germany

214,093

262,608

239,237

903

705

23,266

55,193

44

159,126

29,118

129,524

484

Netherlands

n.a.

n.a.

38,179

28

277

5,396

7,624

26

24,828

3,474

21,354

Poland

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Portugal

n.a.

n.a.

4,412

14

115

395

n.a.

3,888

148

3,689

51

Spain

n.a.

n.a.

15,990

18

27

1,403

716

10

13,816

664

13,146

6

ALDI Nord

214,093

262,608

382,340

1,056

1,233

39,714

73,459

103

266,775

36,016

227,823

2,935

n.a. = data not available

1 The data is partly based on estimates and projections.
2
Industrial waste. This includes 'residual waste', packed food, bulky waste, wood and metal scrap.
3
This includes waste from canteen operation and bake-off goods.
4
This includes other packaging waste, such as flowerpots or plant bowls.
5
The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).
6
Data only for stores and logistics, excluding head office.

Packaging waste by category across the group of companies

Weight and shares of packaging waste by category in 2020 (in tonnes and per cent)

Waste by methods of disposal

Waste quantities by disposal methods in Germany

Amounts of waste in Germany proportionately by type of disposal (in per cent)1,2

At around 98 per cent, the majority of non-hazardous waste was recycled or reused in 2020.

Waste by methods of disposal

1 The allocation to disposal types is partly based on estimates or projections.
2
The scope of data is to be expanded and internationalised in the coming years where possible.
3
Including incineration for energy recovery.

Water consumption

Water consumption (in cubic meters)1

The increased consumption in the countries in 2020 is due to several factors, including the opening of new stores, the maintenance and filling of sprinkler systems, major leaks, water use to comply with COVID-19 measures and outdoor watering due to heat.

2018

2019

2020

Belgium/Luxembourg2

50,419

51,048

55,991

Denmark

12,031

14,726

15,418

France

151,072

166,6183

186,900

Germany

260,258

264,138

271,369

Netherlands

51,504

62,527

65,601

Poland

24,295

25,578

33,478

Portugal

54,381

87,838

96,104

Spain

127,306

136,858

132,780

ALDI Nord

731,267

809,330

857,642

1 The data is partly based on estimates and extrapolations.
2
The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).
3 The value for 2019 was corrected compared to the information published in the previous year’s report.

Customer magazine circulation

Customer magazine circulation (annual average) by magazine1

Total

ALDI  aktuell

ALDI Reisen

ALDI Service

Other2

Total

ALDI  aktuell

ALDI Reisen

ALDI Service

Other2

Total

ALDI Aktuell

ADLI Reisen

ALDI Service

Other2

Belgium/Luxembourg3

5,764,573

4,618,936

1,053,157

6,418,293

4,584,102

1,834,191

4,825,380

4,281,193

544,187

Denmark

1,083,033

983,033

100,000

957,982

957,982

885,729

885,729

France

8,919,764

8,919,764

9,486,964

9,082,542

404,422

7,387,740

7,387,740

Germany

68,831,500

22,500,000

1,250,000

2,501,500

42,580,000

30,217,364

22,127,016

1,093,587

206,250

6,790,511

24,718,493

18,500,054

885,438

206,2504

5,126,751

Netherlands

20,515,919

4,930,995

12,893,320

20,893,450

4,988,170

155,280

15,750,000

17,721,365

4,857,011

155,280

12,700,074

Poland

6,345,456

2,419,505

1,902,000

3,457,413

2,513,889

943,524

1,998,055

1,942,422

55,633

Portugal

727,650

727,650

871,050

871,050

989,250

989,250

Spain

4,022,370

448,820

2,913,550

8,480,4645

686,014

7,794,4505

3,426,843

1,262,793

2,164,050

ALDI Nord

116,210,265

45,537,703

1,250,000

2,501,500

61,442,027

80,782,980

45,810,765

1,093,587

361,530

33,517,098

61,943,855

40,106,192

885,438

361,530

20,590,695

1 The data are partly based on estimates and extrapolations.
2
This category includes themed publications, such as gourmet, wine and Christmas magazines, as well as special publications such as store opening magazines.
3
The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).
4
This figure is based on the previous years’ values.
5 The value for 2019 was corrected compared to the information published in the previous year’s report.

Customer magazine tonnage

Weight of paper used for the customer magazine on an annual basis (in metric tons)1

Total

ALDI  aktuell

ALDI Reisen

ALDI Service

Other2

Total

ALDI  aktuell

ALDI Reisen

ALDI Service

Other2

Total

ALDI Aktuell

ALDI Reisen

ALDI Service

Other2

Belgium/Luxembourg3

13,614

13,451

163

13,075

12,852

223

1814

166

15

Denmark

2,884

2,879

5

2,827

2,827

2,401

2,401

France

21,238

21,238

21,284

21,153

131

19,606

19,606

Germany

93,598

89,000

800

101

3697

87,900

80,695

1,571

143

5,491

86,804

84,076

591

1435

1,994

Netherlands

13,266

12,665

601

14,150

13,257

5

888

12,922

12,388

1

533

Poland

7,931

7,913

18

8,229

8,221

8

7,651

7,572

79

Portugal

2,153

2,153

2,596

2,596

2,768

2,768

Spain

1,719

1,323

396

2,139

1,916

223

3,983

3,810

173

ALDI Nord

156,403

150,622

800

101

4,880

152,200

143,517

1,571

148

6,964

136,316

132,787

591

144

2,794

1 The data are partly based on estimates and extrapolations.
2
This category includes themed publications, such as gourmet, wine and Christmas magazines, as well as special publications such as store opening magazines.
3
The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).
4 Tonnage was significantly reduced compared to previous years thanks to the reduction in paper weight, number of pages, number of publication dates and the switch to online magazines due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
5 This figure is based on the previous years’ values.

Employees & Community

Employees by job category

Number of employees by field of work and gender on the reference date 31 December (headcount)

ALDI Nord

thereof female

ALDI Nord

thereof female

ALDI Nord

thereof female

Sales

59,620

44,891

61,970

45,561

63,733

47,659

Warehouse

5,903

1,359

6,251

1,414

6,988

1,997

Vehicle fleet

2,796

58

2,867

63

2,851

86

Office

2,829

2,483

3,379

2,848

4,361

3,249

Upper management

646

165

732

198

924

290

Lower management

1,360

420

1,693

595

2,002

721

Other1

780

72

7442

61

124

27

Total

73,934

49,448

77,661

50,740

80,983

54,029

This category also includes employees released for the works council and maintenance staff.
2
The value for 2019 was corrected compared to the information published in the previous year’s report.

Employees by employment type

Number of ALDI employees by employment type and gender on the reference date 31 December (headcount)

Full-time

thereof female

Part-time

thereof female

Full-time

thereof female

Part-time

thereof female

Full-time

thereof female

Part-time

thereof female

Belgium/Luxembourg1

2,649

1,168

4,585

3,992

2,7102

1,152

4,609

3,931

3,551

2,101

4,505

3,772

Denmark

1,093

438

1,274

782

1,145

489

1,544

967

1,090

405

1,504

790

France

6,156

3,054

3,370

2,920

6,278

3,161

3,792

3,129

6,111

3,277

4,047

3,351

Germany

7,375

3,015

28,937

22,400

8,093

3,062

29,695

22,235

8,163

3,351

30,697

23,166

Netherlands

2,004

383

8,929

5,904

2,120

462

8,966

5,982

2,073

473

8,031

5,521

Poland

1,640

1,346

502

499

2,210

1,769

484

437

2,904

2,258

605

554

Portugal

432

230

1,064

757

475

241

1,158

853

634

341

1,605

1,203

Spain

1,590

770

2,334

1,790

1,878

977

2,479

1,893

2,238

1,148

3,225

2,318

ALDI Nord

22,939

10,404

50,995

39,044

24,909

11,313

52,727

39,427

26,764

13,354

54,219

40,675

1 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).
2
The value for 2019 was corrected compared to the information published in the previous year’s report.

Employees covered by collective bargaining agreements

Proportion of ALDI employees covered by collective bargaining agreements on the reference date 31 December (in per cent)1

Employees covered by collective bargaining agreements

1 The proportion of employees was calculated with the exclusion of ALDI Poland, because no collective bargaining agreements have been concluded there.

Apprentices and twin-track degree students

Number of apprentices and twin-track degree students on the reference date 31 December

The vocational training model based on the German pattern is not used in all countries, and the data on the number of apprentices is therefore restricted to Denmark, Germany, France, the Netherlands and Spain. In Germany and Spain, a twin-track work/study degree course with in-service training is also offered.

Apprentices

Twin-track students

Apprentices

Twin-track students

Apprentices

Twin-track students

Denmark

46


48


40


France

221


241


199


Germany

1,684

143

1,759

179

1,688

196

Netherlands

54


53

53


Spain





12

5

Total

2,005

143

2,101

179

1,992

201

Lost day rate

Lost day rate (paid sick leave) (in per cent)

20181

20191

2020

Belgium/Luxembourg2

4.2

4.1

5.0

Denmark

2.8

2.7

3.2

France

5.8

5.6

7.0

Germany

4.7

4.8

4.8

Netherlands

4.3

4.1

4.8

Poland

3.2

2.7

5.0

Portugal3

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Spain

3.3

3.6

5.0

ALDI Nord

4.0

3.9

5.0

1 Due to a difference in calculation methods, the values for 2018 and 2019 have been partially corrected compared to the information published in the previous year’s report.
2 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).
3 No paid sick leave in Portugal (n.a. = not available).

Employees by employment contract

Proportion of employees by employment contract and gender on the reference date 31 December (in per cent)

fixed-term

thereof female

permanent

thereof female

fixed-term

thereof female

permanent

thereof female

fixed-term

thereof female

permanent

thereof female

Belgium/Luxembourg1

14.9

66.1

85.1

74.3

10.5

62.7

89.5

67.0

14.7

62.3

85.3

65.2

Denmark

7.1

52.7

92.9

52.4

1.2

67.7

98.8

54.3

16.4

46.4

83.6

48.8

France

11.7

68.1

88.3

65.1

10.6

66.6

89.4

64.8

10.3

64.2

89.7

64.4

Germany

17.3

60.3

82.7

71.4

18.7

61.1

81.3

72.5

16.8

59.1

83.2

70.0

Netherlands

53.5

53.7

46.5

61.1

50.4

53.4

49.6

61.3

30.6

57.1

69.4

60.6

Poland

59.1

85.0

40.9

84.3

61.2

76.0

38.8

81.9

53.3

80.7

46.7

79.2

Portugal

53.0

64.4

47.0

57.3

58.6

64.5

41.4

70.6

58.2

67.2

41.8

67.6

Spain

7.0

57.2

93.0

65.2

4.6

69.2

95.4

65.2

16.9

20.6

83.1

65.2

ALDI Nord

22.9

61.0

77.1

68.8

22.5

60.9

77.5

68.7

21.4

61.5

78.6

67.1

1 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

Length of service with the companies

Average length of service with the company (in years)

2018

2019

2020

Belgium/Luxembourg1

12

12

12

Denmark

4

4

3

France

6

6

6

Germany

10

10

10

Netherlands

7

6

7

Poland

2

2

3

Portugal

2

2

2

Spain

3

4

4

ALDI Nord

8

8

8

1 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

Women in management positions

Proportion of female employees in management positions on the reference date 31 December (in per cent)

2018

2019

2020

Belgium/Luxembourg1

31.1

33.1

38.0

Denmark

27.0

30.9

35.3

France

21.7

29.3

37.3

Germany

28.4

31.8

30.3

Netherlands

17.7

19.2

24.5

Poland

33.7

37.2

34.7

Portugal

50.0

41.8

38.4

Spain

36.3

42.0

39.2

ALDI Nord

28.0

31.7

33.5

1 The information regarding the legally independent companies of ALDI Belgium and ALDI Luxembourg has been combined for the purposes of a simplified presentation (refer to ‘Additional information’).

Employees by age group

Proportion of ALDI employees by age group on the reference date 31 December (in per cent)

Employees by age group

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