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Morrisons sell groceries online through Ocado. They have recently signed up to a deal with Amazon to sell their groceries through the Amazon website.

www.morrisons.com

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Founded in Holland in 1932 by Mr Adriaan van Well, SPAR is now the world's largest international food retail chain, with 13,600 stores in 33 countries. They are also the UK's leading convenience store group, with a turnover in excess of £2.7 billion.

www.spar.co.uk

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Fortnum & Mason is a central London department store. It has two other branches in Japan and holds a Royal Warrant. First established in 1707 by William Fortnum and Hugh Mason, it is one of Britain's iconic brands.

At Fortnum & Mason's online store you can experience the unique shopping experience of Fortnum's London, filled with hundreds of wonderful gifts, world-famous hampers, together with food, wine and accessories.

www.fortnumandmason.com

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The co-op food stores. No online shopping but you can find your nearest store.

www.coop.co.uk

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Store finder and job opportunities, but no online shopping.

www.farmfoods.co.uk

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ASDA, the UK's second largest supermarket. You can do all your online grocery shopping with Asda.com from the comfort of your home. You can shop until 10pm and still get your order the next day in most cases! You have a favourites list which is just like having your very own shelf in Asda, full of your favourite foods - meaning that you need never forget anything again. You can even enter a receipt number into Asda.com and within 30 minutes a shelf is populated with those items, it's just like magic.

www.asda.com

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Tesco will deliver your groceries to your home. A £4 minimum basket charge will be added to all online orders at checkout where the basket value is under their minimum basket value (£40 at time of writing). See the site for full details.

www.tesco.com

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On the Aldi website you can find information about their fantastic weekly Specialbuys and buy online. Popping into stores for a loaf of bread and a pint of milk and leaving with a canoe and a hot tub? Congratulations, you're an Aldi Specialbuyer! Arriving into stores and online every Thursday and Sunday, Aldi Specialbuys are unique and exciting products at everyday low prices. From the weird to the wonderful, Aldi’s Specialbuy ranges include everything from stylish homeware, DIY essentials, baking equipment, fitness gear and much much more. The competitively priced Aldi Specialbuys ranges mean pursuits and hobbies once deemed too expensive are now accessible for all. Aldi’s amazing Specialbuys ensure shoppers have the tools they need to try out new experiences including hobbies such as skiing and water sports.

Available for a limited time only, each range is available while stocks last so once they're gone, they're gone.

www.aldi.co.uk

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A new service which was originally set up in response to the corona virus pandemic to deliver groceries. The service will now be continued. The delivery area is being expanded from the North East and Yorkshire.

mydelifresh.com

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Store search and current special offers - but no online shopping.

www.lidl.co.uk

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