Oxfordshire suppliers are being encouraged to engage with Aldi as the supermarket looks for new British organisations to partner with in 2024.

The supermarket's call out applies to all product categories, including food, drink and special buys.

Oxfordshire-based suppliers keen to get involved can find additional information on the company's website.

Aldi, which partners with roughly 5,000 suppliers across the UK, has held the title as the best supermarket for maintaining fair relationships with its suppliers for a record 10 years, according to the annual GSCOP survey.

Julie Ashfield, managing director of buying at Aldi UK, said: "British suppliers are the lifeblood of our business and without them Aldi wouldn’t be where it is today.

"We will always be at their side.

"Longstanding relationships with suppliers are at the heart of our success and we are proud to work with so many British suppliers, helping to bolster job opportunities and investment in the UK supply chain."

The supermarket, which recently posted Christmas sales exceeding £1.5 billion and was voted the UK's lowest-priced supermarket for the third year by Which?, announced plans to open 500 more stores across Britain.

To facilitate its growth plans, the supermarket aims to invest over £1.4 billion in the next two years on expanding its distribution and store networks and enhancing its technology infrastructure.