LONDON (Reuters) – Aldi UK, the British arm of the German supermarket discounter, said on Monday it was trialing a click-and-collect grocery service for the first time.
Britain’s fifth-largest supermarket group said it was currently running a trial of the service for Aldi staff from a store in central England and plans to extend that to customers in the coming weeks.
If that proved successful the trial would be extended to further stores across the country in the near future.
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