in

[NSW, VIC, ACT] Woolworths Basics Box $80, for the elderly and the compromised (www.woolworths.com.au)

These are testing times for all Australians, especially for the most vulnerable in our communities.

Which is why we’ve developed the Woolworths Basics Box, to help provide essential products to customers who are currently unable to visit our stores – the elderly, people with a disability, those with compromised immunity and people in mandatory isolation. To make sure all Woolworths Basics Boxes make their way to people who need them most, you’ll need to be able to show that you fall into one of these groups to order one. We will not be profiting from providing this service.

What is the Woolworths Basics Box?

It’s just that, the basics.

We’ve created the Woolworths Basics Box to help provide meals, snacks and a few essential items for those in genuine need. It’s not perfect – it doesn’t include everything and is likely to be different to what you’d normally buy. You’re also not able to choose, switch or select the products you’ll receive – but by removing choice we’re able to get more boxes to more vulnerable customers faster.

The list below is an example of what may be included in your Woolworths Basics Box. While some products will vary due to stock availability, we will always aim to provide a similar range of products. Unfortunately we are currently unable to cater for specific dietary requirements.

A limit of 2 boxes per customer, per fortnight applies.

Who is eligible for a Woolworths Basics Box?

The Woolworths Basis Box has been designed for those customers who are currently unable to visit our stores – the elderly, people with a disability, those with compromised immunity and people in mandatory isolation.

That’s why, to make sure all Woolworths Basics Boxes make their way to people who need them most, you’ll need to be able to show that you fall into one of these groups to order one.

What is included?

Household Essentials

  • Flour
  • Sugar
  • Toilet paper
  • Soap (or other hygiene products)

 

Breakfast

  • Longlife milk (or a dairy substitute)
  • Fruit juice
  • Weetbix, oats (or breakfast cereal)
  • Crackers (or similar)
  • Spread (jam, vegemite, honey or peanut butter)

 

Lunch & Dinner

  • Pasta (or rice, lentils, noodles, quinoa, couscous)
  • Pasta sauce (or similar)
  • Canned tuna (or other canned meat)
  • Canned items – soup, vegetables & fruit
  • Baked beans (or similar)
  • Tortilla bread (or similar)

 

Snacks

  • Tea
  • Biscuits (or chocolate wafers, sweet snacks)
  • Muesli bars (or dried fruits)

What do you think?

20 points
Upvote Downvote

Posted by admin

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading…

0

[Free] Yale’s popular ‘happiness’ course is free online – 1.5million enrolled (www.coursera.org)

[Expired] 132 Free Udemy Courses – Learn a new skill while in lockdown!