Sainsbury’s will soon trial grocery delivery by bicycle, a service that has not been offered by the supermarket giant for 130 years. The retailer is, from tomorrow, testing one-hour home delivery for customers in central London, who can order up to 20 items on an iOS App called Chop Chop. Sainsbury’s is the first UK supermarket to test an on-demand grocery delivery service, available for a flat fee of £4.99 The service will have an initial trial tomorrow in Wandsworth, south London, before being rolled out to 35,699 postcodes in central London, operating from the Pimlico store across the Thames.
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