Morrisons is making it easier for customers to observe Ramadan this year by bringing back its dedicated food box, packed full of traditional foods.
The boxes, which each cost £33, are available online to order at the click of a button, and then Morrisons will deliver it to your home.
Each box includes 29 portions of halal chicken, chickpeas, yoghurt, naan bread, 2kg of gram flour and plenty of sauces and spices.
Customers will also receive a large bottle of fresh mango lassi and a gift box of dates.
Priced at £33, the Ramadan Food Box can be ordered online via Morrisons food boxes website.
The cost of the box includes next day (if ordered before 3pm) or nominated day delivery by courier.
Customers will receive a text message on the morning of the delivery with a one hour time-slot.
The full list of products in the Ramadan food box
Here's everything that comes in each box
Morrisons introduced its boxes at the beginning of the first lockdown and by summer last year it was selling hundreds of thousands a week.
Other options available on the site include a BBQ box for £40, which includes hot weather essentials such as sausages, burgers, halloumi, belly pork and more.
Here's the full list of food boxes available:
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