Iceland extends home delivery to Sundays

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Iceland Foods has extended its home delivery service to Sundays.

“We have increased our delivery hours in 100 selected stores after our shoppers told us they wanted us to deliver to them seven days a week,” said a spokeswoman.

Iceland is unique in offering customers the option to leave their full bags of shopping in stores, then have them delivered to their homes later that day. It does around 175,000 home deliveries a week.

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  • Went into Gloucester Iceland today where my wife asked if they do Sunday delivery. The answer was yes, so she shopped then was told at the checkout she was 5 minutes too late. I complained to the duty manager who told me he didn't like my attitude and it was no use complaining any higher as the management would support him. He had the customer skills of Attila the Hun. Wont use again.

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