Sainsbury's is rolling out bicycle home deliveries across the UK - with groceries from store to door in less than an hour.
The supermarket giant is expanding its Chop Chop service to help customers who are self-isolating or unable to travel to stores to get what they need.
Shoppers can order up to 20 products from 3,000 grocery and household items available on the Chop Chop app.
The service, which will operate in 50 stores across 20 cities by the middle of June, was previously trialled at selected supermarkets in London.
There has been unprecedented demand for home grocery deliveries since the start of the coronavirus lockdown, with customers facing long waits for a slot.
Clodagh Moriarty, Retail and Digital Director at Sainsbury’s, said: "We are doing everything we can to feed the nation and offer our customers quick, convenient and safe ways to get their groceries.
"Demand for home grocery deliveries has never been higher and we have been receiving great feedback for Chop Chop, with customers really valuing the speed and convenience it brings.
"By rolling Chop Chop out to 50 stores in 20 cities across the country, even more customers can get what they need delivered to their door."
Sainsbury's is now recruiting for full and part-time delivery cyclists for Chop Chop.
It says orders from the service will be delivered within an hour.
A full list of locations has not yet been revealed, but the service has already been launched at supermarkets in Brighton, Bristol, Manchester, Reading and Liverpool.