Morrisons delivery news: Supermarket launches box subscription and each meal costs £1.50
We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights.
Customers can sign up to have a family food box sent home each week without the need to sign up for a delivery slot. The box makes each meal cost £1.50.
The A Feed a Family Box is also being offered to feed a family of four for five days.
The online food box service will help customers get a delivery of groceries to their doorstep.
Morrisons will is offering more ways to help customers buy its pre-prepared food boxes as home delivery becomes more popular thanks to coronavirus.
From today, customers can opt for a weekly, fortnightly or monthly food box delivery so they can receive a regular and predictable home delivery.
Morrisons said those who opt for this subscription service will receive a five percent discount.
To support customers who want to switch to its Food Boxes Morrisons is offering a further 20 per cent discount which will apply to the first shop. The code is BOX154864P.
Aidan Buckley, Director of Food to Order, for Morrisons said: “Customers use our food box service to get fresh food and cupboard essentials delivered to their doorstep quickly.
“We are making the service simpler and even better value to ensure everyone can get access to affordable food at this difficult time.”
Aldi launches KitchenAid dupe for The Great British Bake Off [DEAL]
Asda has loyalty card to rival Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Lidl [EXPLAINED]
Tesco brings back Clubcard Prices sale [OFFERS]
“Morrisons is offering a Feed a Family Recipe Box to help families get through the week.
“It contains five meals to feed a family of four.
“Costing just £30 each meal works out at only £1.50.
“A Cupboard Essentials box at £22 includes Long Life Milk, Soup, Rice, Pasta, Tuna, Beans, Custard Creams, Wine Gums and even a 4 pack of Toilet Roll.
“Customers can also access a Beers, Wines and Gin Boxes, along with Flowers as treats for themselves or gifts for others.”
Morrisons food box range includes; a series of weekly ‘food parcel’ style Essentials Boxes for meat-eaters, vegetarians and vegans; Fruit, Meat and Fish boxes for households who want to stock up; and Gluten Free, and Lean Meat boxes for customers with special dietary requirements.
In other supermarket news, Asda has introduced 1,000 Covid-19 marshals.
The Asda Safety Marshals are set to be stationed at the front of every store as well as being present in the aisles of larger stores.
The marshals will help customers with any safety questions as well as telling them to wear face coverings and maintain social distancing whilst they shop for groceries.
If customers are not wearing masks in store, they will be told they can buy a pack of disposable masks and pay for them at the checkout with the rest of their shop.
Those who fail to do so can be fined by the police – up to £100 in England (soon to be £200), £60 in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.
Extra hand sanitiser stations will be provided in the busiest parts of the stores and protective coatings will now be applied to all basket and trolley handles.
Source: Read Full Article