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Which supermarkets let you order your groceries through Deliveroo?

The food app is helping to get essentials to people who can’t make it to the shops

Louise Whitbread
Tuesday 19 May 2020 09:05 BST
Morrisons has launched a 30-minute delivery system available to those who live within 2.5 miles of a store
Morrisons has launched a 30-minute delivery system available to those who live within 2.5 miles of a store (Getty)

As lockdown disruption continues, securing a supermarket delivery slot to get your weekly shop is still hard, as many are fully booked weeks in advance.

But as essential items such as pasta, milk, bread and baby milk are still high in demand, some supermarkets have partnered with Deliveroo to help people get what they need.

This new partnership means people can still replenish kitchen cupboards while avoiding contact with anyone.

It’s also encouraging people to stay indoors for longer, as a trip out to the shops will be less frequent.

All deliveries from Deliveroo are contact free, and drivers will leave your order outside your door. Other apps, like Uber Eats, are working with some local convenience stores to deliver food some food items, too.

Here are all the details on what supermarkets are participating.

Delivery charge: £4.99

Rationing: Currently Aldi is offering home delivery with Deliveroo on 150 essential items, including bread, milk and fresh produce.

Currently, this is only available on the Deliveroo app from the Daleside Road Aldi store in Nottingham, with plans to extend the service to seven on its stores across the east Midlands from June. The minimum order amount is £15.

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Delivery charge: £4.99

Rationing: You can now order items from 142 of its outlets and expect them to be delivered within half an hour.

Customers can choose from a range of more than 130 M&S food, drink and household items including Percy Pigs, fresh produce and ready meals.

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Delivery charge: £2.99

Rationing: Customers may purchase a maximum of two products per item, and a minimum spend of £10 is required.

Items available to buy include pizza, ready meals, cooked meat, frozen food, milk, cheese, yoghurt, spirits, wine, beers, cider, tobacco, e-cigarettes and baby milk.

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Delivery charge: £4.99

Rationing: Customers will be able to choose from 70 essential household items to be delivered within 30 minutes. This speedy service is available as long as you live within 2.5 miles of a Morrisons store.

This includes chopped tomatoes, onions, bread and chicken breasts.

Morrisons has said this service will be available throughout the duration of the coronavirus crisis.

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The app has also launched its own range called Essentials by Deliveroo.

It is offering products such as pasta, tinned good, biscuits, juices, cereals and household cleaning items to ensure as many people as possible can access the food they need.

Item prices do vary, but they will be similar to the local convenience stores. It is currently available across Brighton, Nottingham, Manchester, and Cambridge, with more cities to follow.

It’s currently not taking new orders, but check back to see if it's up and running here.

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Read our guide to supermarket delivery slots and supermarket opening times here

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