The box includes meals, snacks and a few essential items and can't be customised. It will take 2 to 5 working days to arrive via Australian Post.
The box can be ordered online and over the phone to customers in the ACT, NSW and Victoria - it will be available to other states in the coming weeks. The initiative is also a great way for friends and family to buy groceries for vulnerable loved ones in need given the current climate.
The news comes just a day after Prime Minister Scott Morrison urged Australians over the age of 70 to stay at home for their own protection as the nation's coronavirus tally rises.
Woolworths say they won't be making a profit from the service, and have urged those who can shop to do so for friends and family who are vulnerable or isolated.
‘There will be some in our community who don't have that option, and we need your help to put the most vulnerable first,’ Woolworths Group CEO Brad Banducci said in a statement on Monday.
The retailer has also been offering priority assistance home deliveries since March 13, to help the elderly, those with disabilities, and those in mandatory isolation.'
Customers can apply for priority assistance by heading here.