Morrisons launches Ramadan food box for delivery - here’s what’s inside

Monday, 20th April 2020, 12:25 pm
Updated Monday, 20th April 2020, 12:25 pm
The new ‘Ramadan Food Box’ will be available throughout the month of religious observation, and includes a variety of core staples (Photo: Morrisons)
The new ‘Ramadan Food Box’ will be available throughout the month of religious observation, and includes a variety of core staples (Photo: Morrisons)

Ramadan is set to begin on Thursday (23 April), and Morrisons has launched a food box which contains traditional items and popular staples, to be delivered direct to customers’ doorsteps during the coronavirus pandemic.

The new Ramadan Food Box’ will be available throughout the month of religious observation, and includes a variety of core staples.

Here’s everything you need to know about the new Ramadan food box.

What’s included in the box?

A typical box may include:

-400g pack Madina Mixed Dates-750g Jar Indus Ginger & Garlic Paste-500g pack Shalimar Raw Almonds-1kg KTC Hot & Spicy Chicken Fry Mix-80g pack Rajah Chicken Masala-80g pack Rajah Chaat Masala-1 litre Rubicon Mango Juice Drink-1 litre Laila Piri Piri Sauce-4 pack Medium Onions-1kg bag Baby New Potatoes-1kg pot Lancashire Farm Natural Bio Yogurt-650g pack Shazans Select Chicken Breast Fillets-1.6kg - 2kg pack Shazans Select Peri Peri Chicken Platter-2 packs Morrisons 6 Stonebaked White Pitta-1 pack Morrisons 6 Stonebaked Wholemeal Pitta

How much do the food boxes cost?

The Ramadan food boxes cost £35 each.

How long do they take to arrive?

After ordering, the boxes are delivered the next day by DPD.

Noor Ali, Morrisons World Foods Senior Buying Manager, said: “This box contains many of the products that will see Muslims through Ramadan. Our food boxes are a lifeline for many customers at this very difficult time and are providing essential food to people that either cannot leave their home or struggle to reach the supermarket.”

Information on allergens

However, the Morrisons website notes: “Due to exceptional demand, we cannot guarantee the content of boxes and are therefore unable to provide allergen advice, ingredient lists and other product information online at this time.”

Each box will contain packaged items with individual labels that provide this information, but the supermarket adds: “Please make sure you read these labels carefully to understand what allergens or ingredients are present in each product. If you need to avoid specific allergens or ingredients, we cannot ensure that the products in the box will be suitable for you.”