Morrisons introduces ‘speedy shopping’ to cut down on queueing times

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Morrisons has introduced a new ‘speedy shopping’ system for customers looking to make smaller basket purchases in a bid to reduce queuing times outside its supermarkets.

The grocer said from today, customers doing smaller basket shops for essential products at all stores would be able to use the system so they can “get in and out” of stores more quickly.

The retailer will introduce a separate speedy shopping queuing lane outside stores, with three customers being invited in alongside every one customer looking to make a trolley shop.

Customers in the speedy shopping queue will only be allowed to pick up a basket once inside the store, as opposed to a trolley.

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