Will your Christmas food be delivered?


I don’t know about you, but I feel faint at the very thought of a supermarket at this time of year. And that’s just finding a parking space. And according to new research from TNS, I’m not alone – we’re all staying home and using our computer to do the work instead.

Britons will shell out a whopping £3.3bn next week, without moving out of the house. There’s only one drawback – it seems that the companies can’t cope. Newpaper reports claim several supermarkets have already stopped taking Christmas orders following a massive rise in demand.

The retailers are denying they’re overstretched, though some supermarkets admit they have already had to deal with customer complaints over the lack of delivery capacity.

Are you a happy shopper or have you had problems getting your groceries online? Let us know.

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  • I have to say this is the first year I’ve managed to get my Christmas food delivered before Christmas, every other year I’ve not been able to get a delivery slot. This year not a problem, the delivery driver even wanted to deliver two hours earlier than my booked time. I went with Ocado, Waitrose’s food delivery service. Although slightly pricey it paid off as their service is better than Tesco and Sainsbury’s.

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