Aldi extends ‘click and collect’ service to over 200 stores

Aldi has extended its click and collect service to more than 200 stores, enabling customers to pick up their groceries without entering.

The service allows shoppers to buy grocery products online then them up from the store, where an employee delivers the purchase contact-free.

Customers can now access the service in stores across England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.

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Aldi introduced click and collect in September 2020 at a Midlands store, rolling out the service in 18 other stores two months later.

The expansion comes after changes were implemented in the UK last year to allow a safer supermarket shopping experience during the Covid-19 pandemic.

“This trial has been hugely popular so far.” Aldi chief executive Giles Hurley said.

“By extending it to hundreds of new stores, we’re making Aldi accessible to thousands of shoppers who might never have visited one of our stores before.”

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