Lidl Belgium Tests Grocery Pick-Up Service

By Dayeeta Das
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Lidl Belgium Tests Grocery Pick-Up Service

Lidl Belgium has announced that it is testing a grocery pick-up service in its Destelbergen outlet.

The service, which Lidl claims is a first in the country, allows customers to pick up orders placed online for a fee of €2.99.

Customers register in the store via a barcode sent on email to collect their orders.

The retailer plans to extend the trial to its store in St-Denijs-Westrem in November of this year.

Last year, the retailer launched a grocery delivery service in the centre of Ghent in collaboration with Cargo Velo.

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