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The famous supermarket Sainsburys now has an online presence by which you can buy online all kinds of things. Here's what they say at Sainsbury's:

"Sainsbury's Supermarkets is the UK's longest standing major food retailing chain, having opened its first store in 1869. Sainsbury’s stands for great products at fair prices and with a simple objective: to serve customers well. The Sainsbury's brand is built upon a heritage of providing customers with healthy, safe, fresh and tasty food. Following the same principles upon which Sainsbury’s Supermarkets is built, Sainsbury’s have developed a non-food range to offer quality, value and innovation. Sainsburys.co.uk will offer the widest choice of Sainsbury’s non-food products including kitchenware, tabletop, home electronics, furniture, bathroom suites and accessories, luggage, toys and games and sports equipment from leading brands including Apple, Sony, Jamie Oliver, Christy Towels and Le Creuset, as well as Sainsbury’s own Tu and Different by Design ranges".

If you order online, Sainsbury's will deliver to any mainland UK and Northern Ireland address.

Categories of products available include: Home & Garden, Sport & Leisure, Technology, and Toys & Games.

If you have been tempted by this, here's the link:

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Another thing: On 2009/09/10 Sainsbury's schoolwear was tested and found to be the best of all those tested by Watchdog on BBC1

Plus, according to some television commercials by Sainsbury's, the supermarket's own-brand products were as good as the famous brands that they try to imitate, as tested by vox-pop customers encountered in the stores.

Did you know? Sainsbury's actually have their own website and you could see this for yourself via this link, and they are a reputable place. Sainsbury's deserve better than to have their reputation lowered and degraded by association with the evil Facebook in those TV commercials. Down with Facebook! It's a disgrace!


Sainsbury's, oddly in trouble with Lincolnshire County Council (2010) for "producing too much packaging" might be interested in the possibilities of having Cardboard Boxes in Shops. Giving away cardboard boxes is better than recycling!