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Chill out with rainbow ice cream and support the NHS

Add a drop of colour and charity to your dinner with the new rainbow ice cream at Aldi.

As sweet treats help us through this difficult time, it’s good to know that proceeds from the sales will support our brave frontline workers, particularly NHS staff and volunteers.

Rainbow Ice Cream (£1.99, 1L) will be available in stores across the UK from Monday 1st June and throughout summer*#. The fun and colourful vanilla and raspberry ripple flavoured ice cream is finished with a rainbow sprinkling of hundreds and thousands.

The launch of Aldi’s new Ice Cream is part of the supermarket’s ongoing commitment to support NHS staff and volunteers, and charity partner Teenage Cancer Trust who provide specialist care for young people aged 13-24 with cancer. Last month, Aldi launched a limited-edition bunch of Rainbow Tulips to mark International Nurses Day, with all profits split between NHS Charities Together and Teenage Cancer Trust.

Aldi provides NHS staff, alongside Blue Light Card holders with priority access to Aldi stores at all times, along with exclusive access to stores 30 minutes before normal opening times on Sundays.

Sprinkle some love this summer and pick up a tub of Aldi’s Rainbow Ice Cream on your next shop.

Fact file

Aldi is Britain’s fifth largest supermarket with more than 875 stores and 33,000 employees.

The company has more than doubled its market share since 2010. In the 12 weeks to 22nd March, Aldi grew sales by 11.0% and it achieved an 8.2% share of the UK grocery market (Kantar Worldpanel data). By 2025, Aldi will operate over 1,200 stores.

Aldi is attracting hundreds of thousands of new customers every year with its range of exclusive brands, passing low operating costs on to customers in the form of low prices.

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