Check out the full list of Aldi grocery branches for a 30 minute delivery service

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Aldi customers can no longer get food delivered right to their doorstep.

Deliveroo has ended its partnership with the German retailer to deliver groceries to doorsteps in certain areas within 30 minutes.

It began offering delivery services at the beginning of the coronavirus epidemic in May 2020. The service has now expanded to 129 locations.

Millions upon millions of Brits went online to shop after the coronavirus outbreak, even though they were allowed to keep their supermarkets open.

You can have items delivered to your house if you live within 6km of any of these stores.

This was the only way to order Aldi groceries online, as they don’t offer delivery.



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Customers won’t be able get home delivery

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Aldi never had home delivery as part of its long-term model. Instead, it prioritised click and collect.

An Aldi spokesperson told Silver Screen Beats: “We have decided to end our trial with Deliveroo to focus on our click and collect service, which remains on offer at more than 200 of our stores nationwide.”

Click and collect remains are available at over 200 Aldi UK stores.

This is a complete list of Aldi stores that will no longer offer delivery.

  • Aberdeen Boulevard
  • Acocks Green
  • Allendale Road
  • Altrincham
  • Ancoats
  • Anerley
  • Anlaby Road
  • Archway
  • Athron Street
  • Aylesbury
  • Baguley
  • Balham
  • Bangor
  • Barrack Hill
  • Batley
  • Bearwood
  • Blackfriars Road
  • Bolton
  • Boscombe
  • Bournemouth
  • Bracknell
  • Bradley Stoke
  • Brighton
  • Brownhills Road
  • Bury
  • Camden High Street
  • Cameron Toll
  • Canterbury
  • Carlisle
  • Chapel Allerton
  • Cheadle
  • Chelmsford
  • Chester
  • Chesterfield
  • Church Road
  • City Link
  • Colchester
  • Colindale
  • Collier Row
  • Corporation Street
  • Coulsdon
  • Crossley Retail Park
  • Cutacre
  • Daleside Road
  • Didsbury
  • Dundee
  • Dunston Road
  • Durham
  • Eastcote
  • Eccles
  • Enfield
  • Ewell
  • Feltham
  • Gallagher Retail Park
  • Gateacre
  • Gillingham
  • Gloucester
  • Gorton
  • Grange Central
  • Greenbank New
  • Guildford
  • Halbeath Road
  • Harrogate
  • Hastings
  • Heywood
  • High Street
  • Histon Road
  • Hounslow
  • Imperial Park
  • Kilburn
  • Kingston
  • Lancaster
  • Lea Bridge
  • Leicester
  • Macclesfield
  • Mansfield Road
  • Margate
  • Maskew Avenue
  • Meanwood
  • Middleton
  • Moxley
  • Musselburgh
  • Newark Road
  • North Finchley
  • Northampton Kensington Close
  • Oldham
  • Oxford Horspath
  • Parkgate
  • Perth
  • Petherbridge Way
  • Portsmouth
  • Priory Retail Park
  • Radford
  • Radford Road
  • Reading
  • Regent Street
  • Romford
  • Rugby
  • Ruthin Road
  • Scunthorpe
  • Selly Oak
  • Shirley
  • Smithdown Road
  • Southampton
  • St Mary’s Gate
  • St. Andrews
  • Stockton Heath
  • Streatham
  • Studley
  • Sutton Coldfield
  • Swansea
  • Swindon
  • Tamworth
  • Thornaby
  • Thornbury
  • Tooting
  • Tottenham
  • Trafford
  • Upminster
  • Uttoxeter New Road
  • Water Lane
  • West Poole
  • Westcliff
  • Weston S Mare
  • Weymouth Mercury Road
  • Whitefield
  • Wigan
  • Winchester
  • Worcester

This comes just a few months after Aldi opened its first check-out-free store without scanning items.

The new store means customers can complete their shop without having to use a checkout – or even scan any items.

However, shoppers must download and use the Aldi Shop&Go app in order to enter the shop.

Special cameras equipped with AiFi technology track which items are being picked up as they move around the store.

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