Booths launches click and collect to help customers during pandemic


Family-run food retailer Booths has launched a next-day click-and-collect service to help customers better access groceries during the coronavirus pandemic.

From today, Booths will offer a selection of over 150 products which can be ordered online and collected from stores.

Booths colleagues will take payment over the phone and goods can be collected either in-store or can be arranged to be brought to a customer’s vehicle.

There is a £3 charge for all click-and-collect orders and shopping will be packed in bags at a cost of 20p per bag. 

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