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Morrisons has today launched their Christmas food box to feed a family of four. This will help with those who may be self-isolating or families who do not want to risk the queues during the busy festive period. The food box will be delivered right to customers doors and is available for presale today with a delivery date closer to the big day.
With Christmas just months away, the supermarkets will no doubt start to become busier with longer queues outside.
However Morrisons has customers covered this year with a food box containing all the food they need to make the big day extra special.
The Christmas Dinner box is available to purchase online right now and includes 16 Christmas food favourites.
It is priced at just £50 and even contains a delicious Yule log to help families celebrate Christmas.
This box is still in stock but customers will need to get their hands on it quickly to avoid disappointment.
The website says: “Discover our complete Christmas dinner in a box with all you need to create a festive feast for four. It’s full to the brim with succulent British turkey, sensational sides, an indulgent Belgian chocolate yule log, deep filled mince pies and a selection of cheese, rye sourdough crackers and festive fruit chutney.
“It’s a wonderful way to take the hassle out of your Christmas dinner planning.”
The box also contains other festive favourites like a cheese board with crackers, mince pies and even gravy.
Morrisons says that the food will arrive in a specially developed box so that the items remain cold and fresh until they reach the fridge.
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With a delivery date between December 22 and 23, the boxes are available to pre-order on the Morrisons website right now.
All the items in the range are from Morrisons’ The Best range so customers can enjoy something a little more special this year.
Full list of included items:
- Morrisons British Turkey Parcel (serves 4-7)
- Morrisons The Best Pigs in Blankets
- Morrisons The Best Sage & Onion Stuffing Balls
- Morrisons The Best Cranberry Sauce
- Morrisons The Best Turkey Gravy
- Morrisons The Best Sprouts with lightly smoked gammon
- Morrisons The Best Heritage Carrots with butter
- Morrisons The Best Honey & Mustard Baby Parsnips
- Morrisons The Best Goose Fat Potatoes
- Morrisons The Best Deep Filled Mince Pies
- Morrisons The Best Mature Blue Stilton
- Morrisons The Best Brie De Meaux
- Morrisons The Best Caledonian Vintage Cheddar 300g
- Morrisons The Best Festive Fruit Chutney
- Morrisons The Best Rye Sourdough Crackers 130G
- Morrisons The Best Yule Log
Aidan Buckley, Food to Order Director at Morrisons said: “We want to take the stress out of Christmas food shopping and give customers the ultimate hassle-free Christmas dinner to enjoy.
“In a difficult year, this is the simplest way to get your Christmas meal.”
The popular supermarket has also recently extended their next day delivery service to ensure their customers can get the groceries they need as soon as possible.
With supermarkets still having little to no delivery slots available, Morrisons ensures that the shop is delivered the following day.
When placing an order over the phone, customers can choose from a menu which has a list of essential grocery items like milk, butter, eggs, potatoes, pasta, bananas and flour.
Customers can also request additional items that are essential to their household.
As well as extending their next day delivery service to those in need, the store also launched an essentials food box containing everything from pasta to tuna to cornflakes.
Costing just £20 including delivery, the essentials box includes everything you need to help customers who are in need of extra food or for those who are self-isolating.
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