Aldi launches first online grocery service delivering food parcels

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Discounter Aldi has made its first foray into the online grocery market, offering food parcels on its website for vulnerable customers during the coronavirus pandemic. 

The grocer said the parcels will be available for home delivery from tomorrow and would contain 22 products including tinned soup, rice and pasta. Each pack will also contain antibacterial handwash and a four-pack of toilet roll.

The parcels will only be available to order on Aldi’s website and will retail for £24.99 including delivery and are limited to one per customer.

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