Heinz joins online delivery brigade
The number of online food delivery services has skyrocketed since COVID-19 hit, and the latest offering to come knocking is the Heinz to Home delivery service. Customers can either order bundles of classic Heinz products for themselves, or can send a care package to a loved one in lockdown or a neighbour who might be doing it tough.
Chilly winter nights call for warming meals, and a bowl of soup or some classic beans on toast can be just what’s needed to bring a little comfort. Customers have a choice of two pre-packed bundles of products – Winter Warmers and The Essentials – which include Heinz soups, sauces and condiments, Heinz Baked Beanz and spaghetti and which can be ordered via the Heinz to Home e-store.
While Heinz To Home is currently a hub for some of the brand’s much-loved essentials, in future it will also offer limited-edition products and merchandise. This announcement is the latest in a number of recent local and global Heinz initiatives, including the globally limited edition 570-piece Heinz Tomato Ketchup all-red puzzle for bored self-isolators, a truly unique ice cream range available in the UK named Heinz Creamz, as well as the Heinz collaboration with Ed Sheeran to create his own Tomato Ketchup – Edchup.
“Our counterparts in the UK have experienced great demand for their Heinz online shop, and we wanted to offer similar convenience to our Aussie customers,” says Simon Laroche, CEO of Kraft Heinz Australia: “The two Heinz bundles first available on our site have been carefully curated, and are winter staples for many Aussies.”
Standard delivery via Australia Post is available for all bundles, delivering within 2-3 business days for metro areas and 2-8 days for suburban and regional areas, pending location.