Aldi has extended its trial of on-demand grocery deliveries to the capital for the first time after launching with Deliveroo in Camden.
The supermarket first started offering an on-demand delivery service last month.
Following a successful start in eight stores across the Midlands, it has decided to extend the trial to Camden.
Customers will be able to order from around 200 essential Aldi products, which will be picked and packed by Aldi colleagues for delivery by Deliveroo’s network of riders.
They will then be delivered to addresses within around two miles of Aldi Local in Camden – including West Hampstead, Belsize Park and Mayfair – in as little as 30 minutes. This is especially helpful for those who are isolating at home.
Richard Thornton, Communications Director at Aldi, said: “In the three weeks since we launched our partnership with Deliveroo, feedback from customers has been very positive.
“Extending that partnership to around 100,000 people living near our Camden store will make it even easier for them to access great-quality, affordable food at Aldi’s unbeatable prices.”
If successful, the Deliveroo service could be launched to more stores across the UK before the end of the year.
Notes to editors:
Aldi is Britain’s fifth largest supermarket with 880 stores and more than 34,000 employees.
Aldi is attracting hundreds of thousands of new customers every year with its range of exclusive brands, passing low operating costs on to customers in the form of low prices.
The supermarket believes in making every day amazing and that’s why every single day Aldi delivers on the best possible value for millions of families throughout the UK and Ireland across everything from award-winning fresh produce to world class gin.
Aldi won’t be beaten on price; consistently racks up award after award for quality; treats its suppliers with fairness and respect and recognises the responsibility of supporting valued institutions such as Team GB to demonstrate the importance of health and wellness. That’s Aldi. That’s everyday amazing. The reason they do this? Because Aldi believes that everyone should have access to fresh, healthy, affordable food…it’s a right, not a privilege.
The company’s current achievements and initiatives include:
Full details of Aldi’s awards and achievements are detailed at www.aldi.co.uk/awards
As Brits continue to look for ways to cut household costs, consumer group Which? has yet again named Aldi as the cheapest UK supermarket. With savings of £12.62 compared to the average Big Four basket, Aldi shoppers can be confident they’re getting the best deal.