The box weighs 11 kg. It comes with four types of salad, six varieties of vegetables and six types of fruits included. The goal is to help Morrisons customers eat healthily during the block.
While vegetables may include; carrots, baked potatoes, onions, spinach, green beans and mushrooms. Fruits can include; apples, bananas, grapes, satsumas, lemons and pineapple.
Liz Taylor, director of fruits and vegetables at Morrisons, said: "Our box of fruits and vegetables contains a wide variety of affordable, good quality fruits and vegetables.
"A family can simply order a box – and get all the vegetables they need for healthy meals during the week.
"They can be ordered together with other food boxes, such as our Meat Box and Fish Box – which we recently launched to play all of our role in feeding the country."
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A typical Morrisons Fruit and Veg Box will contain:
Baked potatoes 2.5kg
Trimmed green beans 80g
Wonky Carrot 1kg
Chestnut mushrooms 250g
Tomato plum 250g
The best peppers 250g
Royal Gala Apples (pack of 6)
Ripen bananas at home (5 pack)
Lemons without wax (5 units)
Red grapes 500g
A spokesman said: “Thanks for continuing to buy considerably. As the stock on our shelves fills, we’ve now removed all purchase restrictions in our supermarkets. ”
Lidl and Aldi also have no limits.
To help in the midst of the outbreak, Morrisons' data collection and collection service will be launched in 280 supermarkets by mid-June.
In the statement, Morrisons said: “From a test of just six stores in March, we will offer pick-ups from almost 280 Morrisons stores by mid-June.
"We are confident that we can again significantly increase the number of Morrisons.com home delivery slots in the coming weeks."