An Stourbridge Aldi worker has celebrated 20 years at the supermarket.

Store assistant Emma Webster started working at the company in 2004 after working as a community care worker for the elderly in the Northfield area.

She first started at Aldi as the deputy store manager and has since worked at various branches across the West Midlands, including Netherton, Bridgnorth and Wollaston.

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Aldi says that Ms Webster has become an integral part of the Stourbridge team, and takes pride in her dedication to customer service.

Going above and beyond her official duties, the supermarket adds that she makes sure shoppers are greeted with a friendly smile and valuable advice, ensuring they have a positive experience in-store.

Ms Webster said: "Working at Aldi has been a privilege and meeting so many people is always a real highlight.

"Having worked in the Stourbridge area for many years, it's been great to build relationships with our customers as I know it can make such a difference to their day."

As for her favourite Specialbuy in the middle aisle, she added: "Absolutely anything garden related – with some summer sunshine hopefully on its way, I love anything that can help me get outside."

The regional managing director at Aldi UK, Marius Manolescu, said: "With around 45,000 colleagues in the UK, it's fair to say that people are our biggest and most brilliant asset at Aldi.

"Emma is no exception, and her commitment to Aldi's values is testament to why we are loved by so many.

"We look forward to celebrating even more of her achievements in the coming years.

"As well as offering every colleague the job satisfaction they deserve, we invest in a whole range of fantastic training courses year after year, making sure all our colleagues love being a part of Team Aldi."