Morrisons has partnered with Deliveroo to help those who are vulnerable or self-isolating during the coronavirus pandemic get the food they need without leaving the house.
The supermarket chain and food delivery specialists have teamed up and are promising that customers will be able to get their food order in less than 30 minutes.
This comes amid the Covid-19 lockdown which has seen a significant shortage in supermarket delivery slots as many shoppers look for ways to minimise their contact with the outside world.
If you’re looking to make use of this new offering, then read on.
How to get Morrisons groceries with Deliveroo
The new delivery service is currently available from 130 Morrisons in the UK, which means it will be accessible for one in four homes in the country.
If you’re living near enough to one of the participating Morrisons, you’ll be able to get groceries from the store delivered through the Deliveroo app or website.
Simply type in your postcode, select the grocery option towards the top of the screen, and see what’s available in your area.
If you don’t have a Deliveroo Plus account, which costs £11.49 a month and includes free delivery among its perks, then the delivery cost will be an extra £4.99.
Deliveries will be left at your front door so that contact with the driver is minimised.
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Ajay Lakhwani, Deliveroo’s VP of new business, has said: ‘With families and vulnerable people in isolation, it is more important than ever that we make sure they have access to the essential household items they need.
‘During this worrying period, we want to play our role in making sure people have access to a range of items, in particular the vulnerable who cannot leave their homes.’
Deliveroo has also partnered with M&S, which has allowed people to get a selection of essential items like bread and milk delivered to their door.
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