New measures in place to tackle the spread of COVID-19 mean that leaving your house should be limited to buying essential items, food, medicine or to exercise. Many are now turning to online shopping, leading to delivery slots disappearing faster than ever. With supermarkets struggling to meet the changing customer demands, local independent retailers in Bath have got the answers.
The local delivery company Good Sixty are offering fresh produce from independent retailers in Bath direct to customers’ doors. Working as an online marketplace, Good Sixty works by first selecting your area, then begin browsing local artisans and independent shops from around the UK. The online retailer enables you to choose products from multiple traders and checkout in one simple transaction – all without leaving the house. With an eye on their green credentials too, orders are then delivered straight to your door by eco bikes or by post.
In the current climate, companies like Good Sixty can offer those who are unable to get to the shops a choice, by providing a safe and non-contact service during the pandemic. Stay safe at home by selecting a time that works for you and wait for your food to be delivered. Treat yourself to independent gins, wines and craft beers all delivered guilt-free and reducing carbon emissions. You can also find your favourite cuts from butchers, who source the highest quality and ethically produced meat for a Sunday roast at home.
Bath locals aren’t the only lucky ones to benefit from Good Sixty, those who live in Borough and Bristol are also able to take advantage of this great service.
Online marketplaces are also helping to create well-connected communities by encouraging people to support their local producers and retailers. In turn, local people start to reengage with their high street and help to keep high streets independent and healthy.
You can keep yourself healthy whilst making your high-street heroes happy!
Other grocery delivery services available in Bath include The Circus Restaurant which is now offering frozen, microwavable meals, available for collection. The restaurant has recently teamed up with Bath Veg Box Project to deliver fruit and veg for £16 per box, with other items also available.
Looking for baked goods? Thoughtful Bakery is now offering ‘essentials boxes’ – which include bread, pastries, milk, and fruit and veg – to BA1 and BA2 postcodes through an online delivery service. For freezer meals, A Bit of a Do catering is now delivering homemade dinners.
Some businesses in Bath are now remaining open for takeaways, such as Henry’s restaurant who are offering a ‘Home Care Pack’ option including eggs, milk and sough dough bread. Other takeaways open include:
- Tagine Zhor
- Yum Yum Thai
- Thai Balcony
- The Real Italian Pizza Company
- The Oven Pizzeria
- Cappadocia Restaurant
- Charm Thai
With Easter just around the corner, it’s also a great time to use a service such as Good Sixty, to treat someone you know to some artisan chocolate and deliver them an Easter treat directly to their door.
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Are you an independent retailer? Check out their website to see how Good Sixty could work for you.