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Aldi Becomes Fourth Biggest UK Grocer Amid Inflation Crisis

  • German discounter has 9.3% market share, overtaking Morrison
  • Prices at British supermarkets rise at fastest rate on record
An Aldi Stores Ltd. supermarket in London, UK.

An Aldi Stores Ltd. supermarket in London, UK.

Photographer: Hollie Adams/Bloomberg
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Aldi has become Britain’s fourth largest supermarket for the first time, overtaking Wm Morrison Supermarkets Plc to gain 9.3% of the country’s grocery market.