The coronavirus pandemic has meant Britons are being urged to stay indoors as much as possible. Morrisons has launched £35 food boxes for those who can’t shop in stores – what do you get?
What is a Morrisons food box?
The boxes consist of £30 worth of essential items and cost £35, including delivery by courier.
Shoppers can choose between the Vegetarian Food Box and the Meat Eaters Food Box.
The Morrisons website said: “Our boxes include a selection of everyday items based on our current availability for you and your family, including food and essential household goods.”
The boxes can be purchased online where shoppers select their preferred date and delivery slot.
What is in the food box?
The boxes on offer are full of essential items for those staying at home.
However, shoppers hoping to get their hands on the product can not choose exactly what will be in their box.
One woman ordered the Meat Eater Food Box online in order to see what was inside.
Writing for Stoke on Trent Live, she penned: “I ordered a food box online during my lunch break and it was delivered to my home at lunchtime the following day.
“The box contained a thank you note from Morrisons and was divided in chilled and non-chilled sections, with ice packs and wool packaging to keep the chilled food cold.”
After making the purchase, the box arrived with the shopper the next day.
She received a generous selection of food items and essential household products.
The box included:
A loaf of Morrisons medium white sliced bread
A tub of Morrisons tomato and basil pasta sauce
A tin of Branston baked beans
A can of Morrisons tomato soup
A can of Morrisons vegetable soup
A bottle of Cravendale extended-life milk
A packet of Morrisons long grain rice
A pack of Morrisons unsalted butter
10 rashers of Morrisons unsmoked back bacon
A pack of steak mince
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