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Modern Plant-Based Foods receives purchase order from Aldi supermarket chain

Modern Plant-Based Foods Inc., a well-known plant-based food company, is pleased to announce that it will be listing its plant-based snacks, Snacks from the Sun's, "Popped Potato Crisps" with Germany's largest grocery chain, ALDI. The products will initially role out at 285 ALDI retail locations.

Modern Plant-Based Foods Snacks from the Sun TM "Popped Potato Crisps" are light and airy crisps made from all-natural potatoes, whole grains, and seasonings, then popped. The crisps are vegan and free of gluten, cholesterol, and saturated fat. These vegan snacks come in four different flavors: sour cream and chive, sea salt and cracked pepper, tangy barbecue, and nacho cheese. Currently, the 'Popped Potato Crisps' are in over 5,000 stores throughout the United States and Canada.  

"We are thrilled to be listed with one of the largest most reputable supermarket chains in the world," stated Tara Haddad, Founder and CEO of Modern Plant-Based Foods. "This is a true milestone for our company. I am proud of the continued success we are having in the U.S. market with our plant-based snack line and all the hard work done by the Modern Plant-Based Foods team by expanding our presence in U.S. retail. We are seeing great growth and product acceptance with this snack line as consumers are reaching for healthy alternatives crafted from simple ingredients, free of gluten."

ALDI, a German family-owned supermarket chain founded in 1946 now has over 11,000 stores in over 20 countries with revenues north of $100 billion USD.  With stores in Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, Poland, Spain, Denmark, and Portugal, the ALDI group also operates the Trader Joe's markets in the United States.  ALDI U.S. is one of America's fastest growing retailers, serving millions of customers across the country each month. With more than 2,000 stores across 37 states, ALDI is on track to become the third-largest grocery retailer by store count by the end of 2022.

The company expects to continue to expand its presence at ALDI.

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