Move to Online Grocery Shopping During Pandemic Is ‘Irreversible’ as Three Quarters of UK Embrace It

More than three quarters of people in the UK now do at least some online grocery shopping, according to Waitrose.

The supermarket chain said the growth in online food shopping was “reminiscent of scaling Everest” and that the shift could be “irreversible”.

It added that the change was largely due to the coronavirus lockdown, which began in March, as people sought to minimise the number of trips to supermarkets.

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