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If you’re finding it difficult to get a delivery slot from your regular supermarket or are struggling to get everything on your list from the nearest shop, there are lots of fresh food delivery services operating during the coronavirus outbreak.
Whether you’re looking for fruit and vegetables, fresh bread, dry goods or even a brownie subscription (yes, it’s a real thing), these companies are working hard to ensure that households across the UK have access to everything they need.
Here are some of the food delivery services that you may want to use during lockdown.
Delivering weekly across the country from London, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Rutland to more, Marbleous Boxes is brought to you by acclaimed chef Tom Thornton and Marble LDN, an awards wining agency. With several box options from your Fruit And Veg Box (£40) with all your staples to The Lockdown Hamper (£140) which included everything from a Patty and Bun burger kit to a La Nonna fresh pasta box, there really is something for everyone.
To order: Visit their Instagram page to find out full details. But either call one of the numbers listed (depending on your delivery address) or send an email.
Brought to you by London’s top restaurant supplier Smith & Brock, Knock Knock is a grocery box home delivery service providing Londoners with chef quality seasonal produce delivered straight to your door. Prices start from £18.50 for a perfect veg box.
Introducing London’s first waste-fighting fruit and vegetable subscription box that rescues surplus and imperfect produce directly from farms in addition to already packed fruit and veg whch are rejected by supermarkets. Boxes are available in small, medium and large and start from £9.45 . The website also handily offers some clever waste-free recipes, tips and ideas on what to cook with your box.