Fresh food delivery is a practice that has been around for centuries. For years, we’ve been receiving goods and services – either food-related or not – at our doorsteps and our offices. Most famously, of course, the milkman or woman would chap on our doors, guaranteeing fresh milk and even acting as a personal alarm clock. Today, with so many options at our fingertips, there are numerous ways to get fresh, organic foods and produce. However, if you’ve got a big business to cater for, it can be hard to whittle down the advantages and disadvantages of each method. So, we’re here to narrow those options down for you.
There’s no denying the pleasure of fresh milk poured into a cup of tea or splashed over crunchy cereal in the morning. With the growing presence of supermarkets around us, and with so many people vying for the freshest milk on the shelves, it can be easy to be left with products that are just a few days in date. This isn’t great, especially if you’re looking to order a large amount in for your tea-loving staff, or if you have important business clients to impress. That’s why you should consider getting milk from Jones Bros, a family-run London dairies delivery business. Not only will it be at its freshest and not sitting on the shelf of a supermarket for goodness knows how long, but also it’ll be delivered straight to you. You can be sure that you will not be getting milk from the Ayrshire hills in Scotland that spends hours in transport, instead you’re getting milk that has been freshly processed just a few miles down the road. So, what’s the catch? Given that dairies are inevitability busy dealing with orders from their shop partners, it’s a good idea to consider a fresh food delivery expert. You’ll get the benefit of delivery to your office door from local organic producers and possibly even at a wholesale price too. You wouldn’t get this sort of deal from a supermarket.
In the Britain that we live in today, it’s hard to walk down a main street without a supermarket. The availability of so many goods, including food, makes you wonder why we bother with delivery. However, there are very good reasons why the likes of milk delivery London and fruit delivery are still very much in fashion. Firstly, there’s the fast-paced world we live in. Whilst rushing out to the office in the morning, do we have the time to waste thinking about buying food for our employees? It’s hardly your first thought when getting up in the morning – especially if you’ve got young mouths to feed or a presentation to prepare. By using a delivery company, you can free up a lot of time and resources by relying on them to source high-quality organic produce for your workforce. Breakfast is a particularly important time of the day too. Nutritionists tell us that breakfast is intrinsically linked with energy levels. Rather than going to Tesco to find potential breakfasts for 50 to 100 people, why not deal with an expert who can offer you a predetermined list? All you need to do is say how much you want and they can help with the rest – ensuring that your workforce is starting off the day in a positively, productive manner.
As a business owner or an employer of a lot of staff, it can sometimes become a stressful experience when trying to manage the mood of your workforce. Due to our human limitations, mistakes happen. However, unhappy or lethargic staff members are probably going to make more mistakes or not put in the effort to achieve quality. So what’s a simple way in which you can boost their mood? Fruit. Far from being bananas, there’s a berry good reason why an organic apple a day keeps the stress away. By purchasing fruit for the office every day, you’re making a commitment to your staff’s welfare. Many employees will often forego things like breakfast and instead snack on the likes of chocolate, which gives a temporary boost in energy at the cost of a large slump afterwards. Fruit, especially organic fruit, can improve the concentration of your employees during the day. Not only is it healthier, but it shows that you’re a socially responsible business to outsiders. You should also consider fruit or milk delivery London because the workplace is a busy place and your employees’ time is precious. Help them out with energy boosting, healthy organic produce and they’ll repay it to you with good ol’ hard work and loyalty.
So, now that you’re considering making a wise investment in your employees’ well-being and, as a result, your company’s productivity, how do you go about getting the highest quality organic produce at a good price? Easy, go with a fruit delivery London company. These companies can offer you a variety of options. They could offer fruit basket delivery, fruit boxes or other types of fresh food delivery. A fruit box is a great way to be cost-effective. While shopping online at a supermarket could get you the organic fruit you want, it offers up some key disadvantages. Firstly, you’re paying standard prices. A delivery company could get you a good bulk deal, whereas supermarkets don’t care who you are and they won’t cut you a deal past ‘Buy Two, Get One Free’, if you’re lucky. Not only that, but a local delivery company will be up at the crack of dawn, probably while you are still trying to find the ‘snooze’ button on your alarm, buying the freshest produce from local markets. This ensures that, when you get into work, you’ve got lovely, organic fresh fruit to enjoy without the hassle of fighting queues in Tesco. Your employees will thank you for your foresight.
Jones Bros has been proudly catering to the people of London for 138 years with their fresh food delivery service. Built on the principles of good ol’ fashioned service with a smile, we work hard to secure locally based, organic produce – such as organic fruits, juices, bread or cakes – to give you quality food at a great price. To see our extensive product list, or to find out how we could help you, call us at 020 7247 7136 or fill in the form at our website: www.jonesdairies.com. We look forward to building a partnership with you based on our traditional, hard-working values that always sees us putting the customer first.