Much more than just an online version of your local Sainsbury's, the Sainsbury's Online Store is a one-stop shop for just about anything you can think of, including all the latest electrical appliances, and even Sainsbury's insurance and credit cards.
Here are just some of the great products and services you'll find at the new Sainsbury's UK website:
Food & drink: * Buy Groceries * Recipes & tips * Food ideas * Drinks guides
Home & garden: * Cookware * Tableware * Home electrical * Furniture * Storage & shelving * Home accessories * Home furnishings * Bedding * Lighting * Curtains & blinds * Bathroom accessories * Bathroom fixtures & fittings * Laundry * DIY * Car care * Garden Products
Technology: * Sound & vision * Computing & gaming * Cameras & camcorders * Phones & accessories * Sat nav & In-car entertainment
Appliances: A massive range of high-quality kitchen appliances from brands including Bosch, AEG, Zanussi, Electrolux, Hotpoint, Smeg, NEFF and Indesit.
Toys & games: * Action figures & playsets * Toy vehicles * Construction * Dolls & playsets * Animal playsets * Soft toys * Baby & pre-school toys * Creative & learning * Pretend play * Bikes, scooters & ride ons * Outdoor toys * Games & puzzles * Electronic toys * Musical toys
... and much more besides, including a great selection of health-inducing sports and fitness equipment in Sainsbury's online Sport & Leisure section.
With a history of more than 140 years, and close to 800 stores throughout the UK, Sainsbury's is one of the most recognised high-street names in the UK.
From its very first shop in Drury Lane, London, in 1869, Sainsbury's has come a long way, and now operates close to 800 stores in the United Kingdom, with over 2,000 suppliers, more than 30,000 products, and with a staff of more than 150,000.
Now, with the advent of online shopping, Sainsbury's is making its name in online retail too, and offers a real alternative to other online stores, such as Tesco, which has previously been dominant in this sector for several years.
Sainsbury's strong ethical approach has been at the heart of the Sainsbury's business since the first Sainsbury's store was opened way back in 1869. More than 140 years later, Sainsbury's values still provide the framework for how business gets done at Sainsbury's.
However, although shoppers are increasingly price-conscious - especially during challenging economic times - ethical and environmental issues remain important for customers. Fortunately, Sainsbury's believe that by considering the wider social, environmental and economic impacts of the Sainsbury's business, it's possible to meet shoppers' expectations - and even exceed them - by acting responsibly on their behalf.
If you're shopping for groceries at Sainsbury's, then it's good to know that Sainsbury's have a long and established history of supporting British farmers.
Sainsbury's Official Website: http://www.sainsburys.co.uk
However, Sainsbury's believe this is about more than simply stocking British farmers' products. It's also about working closely with UK farmers to raise their capability and skill levels, and thus empowering them to continue supplying Sainsbury's for the long-term.
Where possible, Sainsbury's aim to source British and Sainsbury's offer a variety of products that are 100% British all year long. For other types of seasonal produce, Sainsbury's aim to stock the best of British in season and, in some cases, to secure supplies, Sainsbury's purchase an especially large portion of the British crop.
Sainsbury's commitment to providing great-tasting, affordable British produce means being able to provide customers healthy products when they are at their very best. In fact, during the 2008-2009 British season Sainsbury's sold more British apples and pears than any other supermarket we purchased 45% of all tomatoes grown in the UK and purchased over 23% of the British strawberry crop.
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