Official information sources and additional resources
- Woolworths – has introduced a Priority Assistance service with dedicated delivery windows. Eligible customers include seniors, people with a disability and those with compromised immunity or who are required to self-isolate.
- Coles – Is temporarily diverting its home delivery service to the Coles Online Priority Service, to focus on delivering food and grocery essentials to elderly and vulnerable members of the community, including retirement and nursing homes. More information on how to order via the Priority Service will be announced soon.
- Aldi – Elderly or vulnerable people in the community who are unable to access supermarkets, can get in touch with local charities in their area for assistance. To locate a charity in your area that can provide food and grocery relief.
www.foodbank.org.au or www.askizzy.org.au.
- IGA – Some stores are offering additional shopping hours, others already open early and have recommended suitable time slots for those customers to shop. There are extra staff to help vulnerable shoppers do their shopping and some stores are dropping the groceries off to their locals in need. All stores will continue to prioritise the elderly or those with special needs at all service points in their stores.