The box weighs a huge 11kg. It comes with four types of salad, six varieties of vegetables and six sorts of fruit included. The aim is to help Morrisons customers to eat healthily during lockdown.
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The supermarket claims the 11kg box will feature a collection of fruit and veg favourites.
Each box contains 135 portions of fruit & veg – meaning a family can easily eat their 5-a-day during the course of a week.
The £22 includes next-day delivery to your doorstep – meaning that those people who are vulnerable, elderly or self-isolating do not need to leave their home.
A typical boxes’ salad items will include; peppers, tomatoes, lettuce and cucumber.
While vegetables may include; carrots, baking potatoes, onions, spinach, green beans and mushrooms. Fruits could include; apples, bananas, grapes, satsumas, lemons and pineapple.
Liz Taylor, Morrisons Fruit & Veg Director said: “Our fruit and veg box contains a wide variety of affordable and good quality fruit and veg.
“A family can simply order one box – and get all of the vegetables they need for healthy meals for the week.
“They can be ordered alongside other food boxes such as our Meat Box and Fish Box – that we’ve recently launched to play our full part in feeding the nation.”
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A typical Morrisons Fruit and Veg Box will contain:
Baking potatoes 2.5kg
Trimmed green beans 80g
Wonky carrots 1kg
Chestnut mushrooms 250g
Baby spinach 160g
Baby plum tomatoes 250g
The Best baby sweet peppers 250g
Royal gala apples (6 pack)
Ripen at home bananas (5 pack)
Unwaxed lemons (5 pack)
Red grapes 500g
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The Morrisons Fruit and Veg Box will be available to buy on the Morrisons Food Box website.
Delivery is the next day for orders placed before 3pm.
Morrisons is one of the supermarkets with no limits on items.
Certain supermarkets are limiting the number of items shoppers and purchase.
A spokesman said: “Thank you for continuing to shop considerately. As the stock on our shelves has filled up, we’ve now removed all buying restrictions in our supermarkets.”
Lidl and Aldi also have no limits.
To help amid the outbreak, Morrisons click and collect service will launch in 280 supermarkets by mid-June.
In the statement, Morrisons said: “From a trial of just six stores in March, we will offer click-and-collect pick-up from almost 280 Morrisons stores by mid-June.
“We are confident we can again significantly increase the number of Morrisons.com home delivery slots over the coming weeks.”
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