Lidl ‘to launch delivery service’ allowing customers to shop online

Lidl shoppers, rejoice.

The supermarket could soon be launching online delivery.

Conspiracy theorists believe they’ve spotted a hint that the grocery store’s will roll out the service.

This is because recruiters are hiring employees to run a “new online platform” in a bid to “drive online sales”.

The rumours follow an interview that Lidl bosses gave The Grocer back in June.

Earlier this year, the company revealed they were “actively exploring” the possibility of online shopping.

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Sadly, Lidl bosses have remained tight-lipped about their plans.

They are yet to confirm whether a delivery service will be launching soon, so it’s all just rumours at the moment.

If the supermarket does offer online orders in the future, shoppers will be chuffed.

For years, scores of customers have been pleading for the service to be rolled out.

Earlier this month, a consumer tweeted: “I wish Lidl did home delivery.”

And in September, a Twitter user asked: “Why don’t Lidl do delivery?”

While British customers may be waiting a while before they can make online orders, oversees shoppers are already able to do so.

In Italy, Lidl has launched a same-day delivery service.

Over 4000 items are available to online – and around 85% are said to be own label goods.

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