Morrisons has extended its home delivery service from north London into south London and the south-east, delivering into most of Surrey and Kent and a further two million homes. The company claims that the expansion now enables it to reach 70% of UK households.
Customers will be able to order from their computer, smartphone, tablet and their Alexa voice-enabled device.
Delivery in the south-east will be free initially and then will be charged for, with prices starting from £1. Booking slots have opened this week.
The company will also be offering a doorstop check service whereby customers will be able to confirm the freshness of the products before they accept them.
“Our aim is to make and provide affordable food for more and more people so we are delighted to expand our delivery service to more homes in the south east of England,” said Matt Kelleher, online and digital director at Morrisons.
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