Tesco to integrate clothing arm F&F into Tesco Direct website


May 17, 2016 | By RetailME Bureau

British grocer and general merchandise retailer Tesco is closing its clothing arm F&F’s standalone website, moving online clothing sales to its Tesco Direct website from June.

According to Tesco, this move will make it easier for customers to shop online since all the departments, including non-food, will be available on Tesco direct.

Currently F&F is sold online through clothingattesco.com and click-and-collect is free. Starting June F&F’s online customers will have to register with a Tesco Direct account and F&F orders will be subject to the same delivery charges as the rest of the non-food categories, including the click-and-collect charge of costing £2 for orders under £30.

According to a Tesco statement, this move will “… help ensure that our online offer remains sustainable for the future, while also allowing us to continue to offer customers the convenience of being able to pick up orders in store.”
For now, F&F has halted international deliveries.

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