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The Covid-19 coronavirus lockdown levels are here to stay, and the recent shift to level 4 has been met with excitement as it allows more restaurants and takeaways to operate, albeit by delivery only.

While we adjust to a new way of life, we are also changing our grocery shopping habits. The convenience of delivered goods means not having to leave home for weeks and, if we’re honest, it’s not necessarily a bad thing.

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