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Deliveroo Will Now Bring Kitchen and Household Products to Your Door

It has also implemented a 'no-contact' drop-off service, so you can request that your rider leaves your order on your doorstep.
By Sarah Ward
March 15, 2020
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Deliveroo Will Now Bring Kitchen and Household Products to Your Door

It has also implemented a 'no-contact' drop-off service, so you can request that your rider leaves your order on your doorstep.
By Sarah Ward
March 15, 2020
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Even before the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared COVID-19 a pandemic  visiting an Australia supermarket to buy groceries had become a rather fraught affair. First came panic-buying of household staples. Then, limits on everyday items were put in place. Even after that, shelves normally stacked with toilet paper, paper towel, tissues, hand sanitiser, pasta and rice can still be found empty in plenty of stores around the country.

To help — and to help you stay home if you're social distancing or self-isolating — Deliveroo has announced that it has added kitchen and household products to its delivery range. As well as restaurants and other takeaway eateries, you can now order from local stores and supermarkets to get basic supplies dispatched to your door via the service.

The range varies depending on your area, as is always the case with Deliveroo; however, for those keen on staying home, it's a handy option.

Deliveroo has also implemented a 'no-contact' drop-off service, which lets you request that your rider leaves the food on your doorstep — so that you can still place an order if you are feeling unwell, have just returned from overseas or you're being cautious about coming into contact with other people.

To order via Deliveroo, visit the service's app or website

To find out more about the status of COVID-19 in Australia and how to protect yourself, head to the Australian Government Department of Health's website.

Published on March 15, 2020 by Sarah Ward

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