Lidl Considering Home Delivery
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Lidl Hungary is investigating the possibility of introducing online shopping, the company has told business daily Világgazdaság.
The paper asked the market-leading retail chain in Hungary why Lidl does not offer a home delivery option for customers, whether it plans to introduce this service, and if so, when.
While retail chains of daily consumer goods, almost without exception, have a home delivery service, Lidl's official website states that "you can buy our products in person in our stores, we do not have a home delivery service."
The retailer confirmed that online shopping is currently unavailable at Lidl Hungary but emphasized that the company is constantly investigating the possibility of introducing it. The firm did not reveal anything more specific than that, including when the results of the said examination might be due.
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