The recent COVID-19 pandemic has made people more reliant on online meal ordering. The popularity of online grocery shopping shows no sign of waning.
The benefits are clear – it’s quicker and easier to keep track of how much you are spending, and, better yet, you can do it while eating breakfast in bed.
Whether you opt for a supermarket brand or an online-only retailer, here are some of our favourite meal spots to Zilch.
With a minimum spend of just £25, Sainsbury’s offers a handy small-shop option. Not only do they offer bagless delivery, but they also have eco-friendly ‘green slots’, where you can schedule a delivery to coincide with when a Sainsbury’s van is in your area.
Pizza delivery made a comeback during the covid-19 lockdown. Pizza delivery is likely safer and more convenient than a fast-food drive-thru, where there are constant hand-to-hand exchanges. Pizza Hut has introduced a new contactless delivery policy to improve its home delivery service and bring you their delicious meals.
During the lockdown, frozen food saw a comeback — probably because it keeps for longer, protecting you from food shortages. Iceland’s website is simple to use and has a focus on affordability, with the £1 Value section offering pantry essentials for just one pound or less.
As the name might suggest, AmazonFresh specialises in delivering fresh food to your doorstep. Amazon has partnered with Whole Foods, Morrisons and local shops and markets to supply a diverse selection of fruit, vegetables, meat and baked goods.
Exante is a meal replacement plan that has been popular amongst those looking for dramatic results. The home delivery feature makes it appealing to those looking for a diet plan that is simple, flexible and convenient while promoting healthy eating.
From everyday favourites and ten-minute meals to global cuisines and healthy choices, their chefs are constantly cooking away in the kitchen to bring you new recipes at your doorstep.