Morrisons has launched seasonal veg boxes at a fraction of the price of a typical delivered one.

At just £5, the box is sure to prove hugely popular over other similar ones which can cost upwards of £14.

The team is also offering shoppers a £3 ‘wonky veg box’ for delivery with their shopping.

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Designed to make eating fresh food more affordable, the box contains enough fresh British veg to feed a family of four for five days.

It includes eight different seasonal vegetables such as carrots, onions, potatoes, cauliflower, and courgettes.

The wonky box has similar amounts of produce that may be misshapen and may come from overseas.

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Morrisons claims its box is the cheapest of its kind on the market, with the equivalent loose vegetables averaging £6.14 at the ‘Big Four’ supermarkets.

The launch follows a successful online trial earlier this year where 2,000 boxes were snapped up in a week.

An organic box is also being offered for £8. All are available at Morrisons stores nationwide from today (September 28), and all can be delivered to customers’ homes via an online shopping service from October 2.

For more information, visit morrisons.com.