Waitrose to sell new kitchen products onlineWaitrose to sell own brand and John Lewis products
03 August 2009
Waitrose is to sell its own brand and John Lewis kitchen and homewares products online.
Waitrose – which was highly rated in our latest survey of online supermarkets – will sell thousands of kitchen and homeware products through its new online home shop, which will sit within the Waitrose website from tomorrow (4 August).
Products on offer at the new Waitrose Homeshop include electrical appliances like kettles – see our review for Which?'s Best Buy kettles. Customers will also be able to buy crockery, bathroom linen and small electrical gadgets including iPods.
Read expert reviews from Which? on a range of before you buy - including kettles, food processors, breadmakers, toasters and more.
New kitchen products at Waitrose
Customers can have the kitchen and homewares goods they order from the Waitrose Homeshop delivered straight to their door, or they can choose to collect them from their local Waitrose branch.
Shoppers can also combine a Waitrose Homeshop order with their regular online grocery shopping.
Additionally, Waitrose is planning to sell John Lewis kitchen and homewares products at new, extended Waitrose branches.
Shopping for kitchen products online
For the best deals on kitchen and homewares products, check out our shop sales and discounts guide to find out where you can currently get money off online or on the high street.
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