Heinz Launches £10 Delivery Service For Baked Beans And Spaghetti Hoops
Yes, some good must come from this wholly tedious and worrying affair, right?
With that in mind, Heinz has launched its 'Heinz to Home' website that will allow you to order boxes of the company's products online - and get them delivered to you within three days.
The first box on offer contains all of the Heinz classics. That means that you get eight tins of baked beans, four tins of spaghetti hoops, and four tins of tomato soup.
Eventually, the range will be expanded dramatically to include all of Heinz iconic products such as tomato ketchup, as well.
Oh, and if you've got small children about the house, they'll also soon be offering a baby bundle that will offer baby food made from natural ingredients for kids who are six months or older.
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On top of all this, you can either order the boxes for yourself, or send them to the address of someone else, perhaps someone who is struggling or unable to leave the house to get their own supplies.
That means that you don't have to go and buy them, then deliver them yourself.
Heinz have also teamed up with Blue Light Card to ensure that there is a discount, free delivery, and priority shipping for essential workers such as NHS workers, other emergency services, armed forces members, and social care workers.
If you're a Blue Light Card holder, you'll need to log into your account and search for Heinz - there you'll be given a unique code that you can use to take advantage of the offer.
While those workers will get free delivery, for everyone else it's £3.50.
Jojo de Noronha, the President of Kraft Heinz Northern Europe, said: "We are very proud to announce the launch of our new online shop - Heinz to Home - which will deliver Heinz varieties directly to the doorsteps of people across the UK from today.
"The shop is a first for us, and it comes in response to stories we've all heard in the last few weeks. Stories about people struggling to access food and basic necessities, where people are understandably upset about how they are going to eat and stay healthy during this pandemic, and about people who need food but can't access it in any of the usual ways."
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