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Tesco to introduce click-and-collect charges on non-food

Tesco has announced plans to charge £2 for click-and-collect services on non-food orders under £30 from the beginning of next month.

The move, which comes into force on February 2, will affect the supermarket’s F&F clothing arm, where prices start at £3 for vests. 

Tesco would not share what percentage of its ecommerce orders fall below £30.

Tesco said the charge will ensure click-and-collect remains “sustainable for the future”.

It echoes a move by John Lewis to impose the same terms last July. At the time managing director Andy Street labelled online market practices as “unsustainable”.

Tesco’s rival Asda currently provides the service free of charge, while Sainsbury’s has a minimum order value for click-and-collect on its Tu Clothing of £15.

Tesco also announced this week that it has signed TV presenter and fitness enthusiast Davina McCall as the face of its F&F active range for spring 16.

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