If you need to self-isolate and are concerned about getting a supermarket delivery slot, don’t worry. Retailers have learnt from the experiences of earlier this year and many have systems to make sure you can order food quickly and contact free.
The delivery Food Boxes can be really useful if you can’t get to a store. They have a range of boxes to suit all household sizes and dietary needs. Their Cupboard Essentials box is just £20.
The Food Boxes are delivered by couriers – DPD and Yodel – making for a very quick delivery.
Delivery is included in the price of the box.
If you spend over £35 either in store or online you can get free next day delivery and they have lots of next day slots.
Have a Price Lock section where all products within that category will not change in price for at least 8 weeks. This is really useful for meal planning and budgeting.
For people who are shopping on behalf of others, there is a Volunteer Shopping Card available which can easily be topped up.
Offers same day delivery, if you order before 1PM.
They also offer a Volunteer Shopping Card if you have someone who can shop for you.
Also offers same day delivery, if you order before 12PM subject to availability.
Asda also offers a Volunteer Shopping Card, either as an online version or a physical copy if more convenient.
Co-operative stores now allow over the phone payment, find the number of your local store and call them to ask for further details.