Guernsey Post has launched a grocery delivery service, taking shopping from the Co-op and M&S to local doorsteps.
'IsleDeliver' will be run independently from the company's postal service, using a dedicated small fleet of specialist refrigerated vans.
"We believe there is a strong demand for a reliable grocery delivery service on the island and we are delighted to be partnering with a number of retailers that will ultimately provide local consumers with good choice and added convenience," said Chief Executive of Guernsey Post, Boley Smillie.
Pictured: IsleDeliver will be run separately to the postal service.
Both the Channel Islands Cooperative Society and Marks & Spencers have developed their own ordering portals for the service.
"As grocery retailers develop their own online offering, we are ready to expand and provide a bespoke delivery service based on their individual requirements," said Mr Smillie.
The service has been ‘soft launched’ this week and customers interested in ordering their groceries online should look out for news from their local retailers.
Pictured top: One of the dedicated IsleDeliver vans.
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