How to get your groceries, wine and coffee delivered.

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You might have noticed that your local supermarket has become quite popular of late.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, panic buying has meant that it’s a little more difficult to do you weekly shop. And that’s if you’re able to go to the shops – something you’re probably trying to avoid if you’re practising social-distancing, in self-imposed quarantine or are immunocompromised.

But we have the solution. Delivery. If going in-store is no longer an option, there are Aussie that businesses will deliver goods to your doorstep.

Plus, it’s a great way to continue supporting local businesses who are struggling due to a loss in revenue.

From curated wines, to ready-to-go meal kits, to your morning coffee, here are some of our favourite retailers and businesses you can turn to in your hour of need.

Our very own Claire Murphy breaks down your most answered questions about COVID-19….

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