Aldi is offering home delivery on a range of products during the coronavirus crisis.
The supermarket, which does not sell groceries online, recently launched a food box full of fruit, vegetables and essential items to help the elderly and vulnerable.
The parcel is filled will 22 items and should help those who are unable to get to the store.
However, the food boxes are not the only things shoppers can buy online and to help highlight what’s on offer Aldi has issued some advice.
While the supermarket has suggested customers should stock up on essentials while shopping in-store to minimise visits to Aldi, it has also pointed out what can be bought online.
This includes wines and spirits which can be ordered online with free delivery.
A wide range of Aldi wines and spirits are available online for home delivery, Purchases are currently limited to 12 items per delivery, due to high demand.
Shoppers can also pick up the full range of Specialbuys online.
Aldi’s popular Specialbuys are available to buy while stocks last every Thursday and Sunday. Many of the bigger items are now being sold online for home delivery.
The latest products include kitchenware, hobbies and crafts, baby and toddler items and pet essentials.
If you sign up to the Aldi newsletter, you’ll get a sneak preview a week in advance giving you a chance to plan ahead.
For those going into stores Aldi has revealed the quietest time is between 7pm and 10pm.