Chop Chop has been around in my area for at least a year now. Sainsbury's even suggested using the service during lockdown as an alternative to queuing to get in store just for essentials.scottishtv wrote: ↑Thu 16 Sep, 2021 19.35 I find it quite ironic that the supermarket that used to encourage you to "try something new today" now rewards you with Nectar points for buying exactly the same things week after week seemingly.
Also, is this Sainsbury's "Chop Chop" app some sort of trial or something? Saw it advertised on some B&W badly printed A4 bits of paper in my local store earlier, looks like it's done with Deliveroo in my area - a few items delivered quickly at a premium delivery cost.
It's similar to the Co-Op's home delivery service where for slots ranging from 99p to £2.99, you can have delivery within an hour for staples. They recently signed a deal with Amazon to expand their service, where Amazon Flex couriers will deliver the goods, my local store currently uses Deliveroo.