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ALDI SÜD partners with Acker for food education! ALDI SÜD, in partnership with social enterprise Acker, is increasing its commitment to nutrition education for every child in Germany. Focusing on the VegetableAckerdemie initiative, ALDI SÜD has been a key partner of this initiative since early 2024. Parents interested in supporting nutrition education in schools and kindergartens can find more information on the Acker website.

ALDI SÜD partners with Acker for food education

Since 2016, ALDI SÜD has supported Acker, an organization that advocates for the appreciation of natural foods in society. Acker achieves this goal through various projects, in particular the VegetableAckerdemie programme, in which ALDI SÜD has played a key role since the beginning of the year This educational program enables children and young people in schools to participate in the vegetables they eat.

Acker conducts an annual scientific impact assessment of the VegetableAckerdemie program, which shows significant benefits for participants. 68% of these children increased their appreciation and interest in vegetables, 44% participated in regular outdoor activities, and 58% increased their children’s vegetable intake

With ALDI SÜD now acting as a key partner, Acker expresses excitement about the expanded collaboration and the opportunity for ALDI SÜD to reach more children in the region.

Founder and Director of Acre, Dr. Christoph Schmitz, highlights the impact so far, as nearly 60,000 children and young people have benefited from education programs in the ALDI SUD region. Nationwide Acre programs have inspired more than 234,000 children and young people to learn about alternative foods, and appreciate nature and sustainability.

The ultimate goal is to ensure that every child in Germany has direct and affordable access to food by 2030, a goal achieved through partnerships with organizations such as ALDI SÜD

The necessity of supporting Acker’s efforts is emphasized by Erik Döbele, Managing Director of National Buying & Services at ALDI SÜD. She appreciates the program for transforming the education system in schools and commends Acker for stressing on nutrition education.

To ensure that children and youth understand the importance of food appreciation and sustainability, it has been a good move for ALDI SÜD to partner with Acker.

In its association with Acker, ALDI SÜD takes up its dedication to developing a culture of conscious eating and sustainable food practices that enable future generations to make informed choices about their nutrition and well-being.

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