Aldi reveals how to get food delivery to your door in just 30 minutes on demand

Aldi’s new delivery system could get groceries to Britons’ doors in 30 minutes, on demand. Aldi is trialling on-demand grocery home delivery in the UK for the first time in partnership with Deliveroo.


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The supermarket is offering a rapid delivery, a first for UK supermarkets.

The service is in Nottingham currently, and will be rolled out across the Midlands.

The speedy delivery is running from its Daleside Road store in Nottingham, before extending the trial to a further seven stores across the East Midlands in June.

Customers will be able to order from over 150 Aldi products through the Deliveroo app.

These will be picked and packed by Aldi colleagues in-store, for delivery via Deliveroo’s network of riders.

Aldi will initially offer a range of essential items, such as bread, milk and fresh produce to be delivered to customers’ doorsteps in as little as 30 minutes.

The new on-demand service has been introduced to offer customers greater flexibility and access to affordable Aldi groceries, and to support people across the country who are self-isolating due to Covid-19.

The trials follow Aldi’s recent move into online food parcels, which were introduced to help self-isolating and vulnerable customers.

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Priced at £23.99, inclusive of delivery, the parcels contain 22 products including tinned soup, rice and pasta.

If successful, the rapid delivery service could roll out to further Aldi stores by the end of 2020.

Giles Hurley, Chief Executive Officer, Aldi UK & Ireland, said: “We hope the new trial with Deliveroo will provide more customers with access to great quality, affordable food at Aldi.

“This is a new and exciting venture for Aldi and we will be constantly reviewing how we can best serve our customers and continue to provide them with the high quality products they are used to in store.”


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Aldi has no limits on products in store, one for the supermarkets to completely relax limits.

A spokesman said: “We have good availability across all of our stores and have removed restrictions across all products.”

Morrisons and Lidl have also completely removed limits on products.

In Tesco there is still a limit of three when it comes to toilet rolls, cleaning products, hand sanitiser, pasta and rice, eggs and baking products.

Sainsbury’s is similarly limiting pasta, UTH milk, some tinned and frozen food and antibacterial products.

Asda is limiting products that are in high demand, although there is no conclusive list of what these might be.

Aldi brought back its halloumi burger recently, thrilling fans.

Aldi has also brought back the halloumi fries, no doubt delighting shoppers with the cheesy treat.

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