Tesco looks set to become the world's largest online supermarket.
The supermarket chain claims that 20,000 families in the UK are already purchasing their groceries through Tesco online. This equates to £2 million in online orders.
Tesco predicts that by the end of its financial year in March it will easily surpass US company Peabody's to become the world's number one online grocer.
At the moment only Tesco stores in London and the South East are offering the online grocery ordering service, but the company expects to provide nationwide coverage by the end of 2000.
Tesco currently stocks 2000 products online and charges £5 for delivery. It is already diversifying its online grocery business to include books and financial services to stay ahead of the pack.
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