The yogurts are produced at Graham’s processing facility in Nairn using milk from local farming partners.
The Bridge of Allan-based family business provides its low fat yogurts, which are on shelves under Aldi’s McCallums brand, in Toffee, Strawberry, Summer Fruits and Raspberry flavours.
The firm also recently secured a nationwide deal with the discount supermarket to supply all UK stores with Quark, produced in Cowdenbeath using 100% Scottish milk.
Robert Graham, managing director at Graham’s The Family Dairy, said: “We have a strong relationship with Aldi and are pleased to provide our yogurt for their own-label range, which we’re confident consumers will enjoy.
“Aldi share our commitment to high-quality, great tasting products with genuine local provenance and this deal is not only positive for our businesses, it also benefits the Scottish dairy sector generally.”
Richard Holloway, managing director of Aldi in Scotland, added: “Aldi is known for the quality and variety of its Scottish dairy products.
“We’re proud supporters of Scotland’s dairy farmers and have stocked 100% Scottish milk, cream and block butter in our Scottish stores for over a decade.
“Graham’s has been a long-standing supplier and this new range of own-label yogurts, made in Scotland from Scottish milk, is expected to prove hugely popular with Aldi shoppers.”