Buy groceries online

SOME women live to do it, while for other people it is the bane of their existence – shopping.

For those Clarence Valley people who struggle to find the motivation to push the trolley up and down the aisles, spending money by the second, Woolworths may have a solution for you.

You can now shop from the comfort of your lounge chair with Woolworths Grafton's online shopping portal.

Part of the website, shoppers can browse the virtual shelves for real products that are delivered to their door.

Products ordered through the website are slightly more expensive to compensate for the staff costs to pick and pack the order.

Woolworths Northern NSW Regional Manager, John Ludbrooke, said customers living in Grafton, Junction Hill, Brushgrove and towns in between could now utilise the service.

“ is a proven service that is a favourite for many of our customers in the major cities so it's a pleasure to be able to bring our full-sized supermarket to the desktops of shoppers in Grafton and surrounding areas,” he said.

Mr Ludbrooke said Woolies' network of delivery trucks have chiller compartments ensuring food is as fresh when it arrives at your door as it is when it leaves the store.

He said deliveries would commence tomorrow, with delivery days being Wednesdays Thursdays and Saturdays.

“ has a huge range that included fresh fruit and vegetables, dairy products, meat, fish, bread, frozen food and all the pantry stables including cleaning and health and beauty products,” he said.

“I'm confident customers will recognise that online grocery shopping can be a fantastic alternative to going down the shops.”

Customers who place orders before May 29 will receive free delivery on their goods.

Normal delivery charges are for orders up to $100 delivery is $13; up to $150 delivery is $9; up to $200 it's $7, up to $250, $5 and for more than $250 delivery is free.

Shoppers can still use their Everyday Rewards cards, collect Qantas Frequent Flyer points and get their 4c off a litre petrol vouchers just like they can in stores.

Mr Ludbrooke encouraged customers in and around Grafton to try out

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