Uber Eats launches emergency turkey delivery in London

Those who find themselves stuck this Christmas due to Tier 4 restrictions imposed by the government can buy an ‘emergency turkey’ through the Uber Eats app.

While those who had planned to host are left with too much food, people were planning to visit family have empty fridges.

With shops busy and people being warned to stay home, Uber Eats has setup an emergency turkey delivery service in London. It means you’ll be able to get the traditional dinner centrepiece delivered direct to your door.

People in the city can order a full turkey for £20, or a turkey crown if you’re just feeding a few people, for £10. They will be delivered frozen, in thermal bags to keep protected and to be cooked at home. The turkey will come fresh seasonal vegetables and a specially made stuffing mix.

Deliveries begin tomorrow. Other delivery services like Deliveroo and Just Eat have also teamed up with supermarkets including Aldi, M&S, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons to bring groceries to your door.

Source: The Metro


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