Morrisons will scrap their home delivery service in 50 of its stores from the start of October.
The cuts will also see around 1,400 of workers affected, with hundreds being offered voluntary redundancy.
The supermarket giant is making the change in stores throughout the UK, reports The Mirror.
The supermarket’s home delivery service was scaled up for the last 18-months to meet customer demands, but many stores are now reverting back to pre-pandemic staffing.
A Morrisons spokesperson said: “At the start of the Covid-19 pandemic we rapidly grew our store home delivery service to serve the many customers who moved from shopping in store to online..
“As we enter this next phase of the pandemic and with many restrictions now eased, we must now adapt and make some changes to the size of our online operation to meet our customer demands.”
The supermarket wants to shut its home delivery option in selected stores from October.
But the Morrisons spokesperson said its overall ability to deliver to homes would be unaffected.
The spokesperson added: “All colleagues affected by these proposed changes will be given the opportunity to either move into an alternative role within our business or apply for voluntary redundancy.
“As part of this consultation process we will be offering all hourly paid colleagues within affected stores the opportunity to also apply for voluntary redundancy.
“We are consulting closely with Usdaw on all proposed changes.”
Morrisons customers will be asked to bring back hard-to-recycle items to the six supermarkets.
These include sweet and chocolate wrappers, pet food pouches, hard plastics such as yoghurt tubs, mixed materials like crisp tubes and coffee pods, ink cartridges and batteries, tinfoil and plant pots.
This will all be collected up and sent for recycling, along with extra material gathered by Morrisons staff in-store.
These ‘zero waste’ stores will also offer more unsold food to customers through the Too Good to Go app.
Morrisons stores will also work with a range of partners to redistribute unsold food within local communities.
If successful, the ‘zero waste’ store format will be rolled out to all of Morrisons 498 stores across the UK over the next year.
Morrisons also wants to recycle all of the waste it creates across all its stores by 2025.
Morrisons sustainability procurement director Jamie Winter said: “We believe that we can, at a stroke, enable these trial stores to move from recycling around 27% of their general waste to over 84% and with a clear line of sight to 100%.”
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