Amazon has expanded its grocery home delivery service to addresses in Hampshire less than a year after its UK launch.

Amazon Fresh launched in London last year, giving Prime customers in 69 London postcodes access to thousands of fresh, frozen and ambient groceries.

The online retailer had bumped this to 190 London and Surrey postcodes by September 2016.

The most recent additions, in the Guilford, Woking and Basingstoke areas, bring the number of eligible postcodes to 260.

Ajay Kavan, vice president of AmazonFresh, said:  “With an extensive selection of quality products at great prices and delivery options suited to fit busy schedules, we are excited to offer AmazonFresh to more Prime members than ever before.

“We’ve received positive feedback since the service launched, and we will be working hard to make the service even better for our customers.”

Delivery of Amazon Fresh groceries are carried out by third-party delivery companies via Amazon Logistics.