We first started buying our groceries online when we didn't have a car and it was hassle getting our shopping back to the flat. Although we have a car now, we still do the bulk of our shopping on-line.
Our local Sainsburys is quite big, but at the weekends (esp Saturday mornings) it is packed and you spend half your time manouevring around other peple's trolleys. Also I can think of better things to do at the weekends than push a trolley around a supermarket.
This morning our Sainsburys shopping arrived.
I used to get annoyed because they use so many carrier bags (a pack of butter in a bag by itself!) but now the delivery driver will collect bags for recycling so it's a bit better.
Yes, we eat too many ready meals :)
I don't usually buy meat from the supermarket as we have is a good free-range butcher nearby. We also tend to buy vegetables weekly, so they are fresher.
Mr K-E is still trying to kick his coke habit.
Assorted bread products.
I had a weak moment when I was ordering the shopping...
We don't normally order crisps, honest.
We get our other household goods at the same time.
This delivery cost £108 (including £5 delivery charge). Yup, life in London is expensive.