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Food and drink suppliers in Waveney who can deliver to you

PUBLISHED: 16:35 03 April 2020

A new fresh fruit and veg home delivery service for Waveney and Great Yarmouth residents is being operated by Watsons 1st Choice in Oulton Broad. Picture: Watsons 1st Choice

A new fresh fruit and veg home delivery service for Waveney and Great Yarmouth residents is being operated by Watsons 1st Choice in Oulton Broad. Picture: Watsons 1st Choice

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Numerous food and drink producers, shops, restaurants and wholesalers are providing delivery services for essential items during the continuing coronavirus crisis.

W J Seppings Ltd butchers and delicatessen, at Hungate in Beccles, has been delivering locally for the past week-and-a-half to people who are self-isolating and elderly customers. Picture: W J SeppingsW J Seppings Ltd butchers and delicatessen, at Hungate in Beccles, has been delivering locally for the past week-and-a-half to people who are self-isolating and elderly customers. Picture: W J Seppings

Here is a list of the ones we know about in the Lowestoft and Waveney areas so far, who are helping to ensure that local people get the items that they need by offering home delivery services, no contact pick ups and more.

Any food or drink producer or delivery business not included, please update your Facebook pages with Covid 19 trading arrangements and email mark.boggis@archant.co.uk

Flint Vineyard's popular wine, the Bacchus.Flint Vineyard's popular wine, the Bacchus.

DRINK

Pinot noir wine at Flint Vineyard in Earsham, near Bungay. Picture: Chris HillPinot noir wine at Flint Vineyard in Earsham, near Bungay. Picture: Chris Hill

Ampersand Brew Co, a small brewery based in Earsham, is offering free local delivery to people who live in postcodes NR15, NR34, NR35, IP19, IP20, IP21 and IP22 with orders being delivered on Tuesdays and Fridays. The brewery is offering a range of our cans as well as a selection of beers available as draught which can be bought in one litres and two litres. Those that are not within these postcodes can still order cans online and will be posted to them. Visit www.ampersandbrew.co

World of Fish in Lowestoft, a family-run, independent fishmonger on the east coast. Photo: World of FishWorld of Fish in Lowestoft, a family-run, independent fishmonger on the east coast. Photo: World of Fish

Barsham Brewery has launched a home delivery service, with products on offer including local chef Kate Howlett’s Pub in a box – an 8.7 pint mini cask of Norfolk Topper, two sausage rolls, two cheese scones, two slices of stout cake and two Barsham Brewery glasses, for £35 and free delivery. Visit barshambrewery.co.uk

Flint vineyard at Earsham is offering free delivery locally and nationwide for all orders over £25, including a new product, the Comfort Case, a mixed case of their best-selling wines. Restrictions permitting, their drive thru service will be open at the weekend, for wine by the bottle or case and their 15-mile Meal Deals, which feature local producers such as Marsh Pig Salami, Baron Bigod cheese from Fen Farm and artisan bread from Hempnall Village Bakery. Visit flintvineyard.com

The Lowestoft Distillery Company - Britain’s most easterly distillery - is still taking orders for deliveries. With free delivery for all orders within the Lowestoft area, visit www.lowestoftdistillery.co.uk message the company via Instagram, Facebook or text the distillery at 07591 088 341.

VC Vintners Ltd is offering a free delivery service in the Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft and surrounding areas direct to your home on orders over £40. View wines, champagnes, Prosecco, some spirits on the online website www.mailabottle.co.uk Simply choose the products you wish to order and ring Jessie on 01493 667586 to place your order, and add any bottled lagers, real ales, ciders, minerals to it. Payment and safe distance delivery arranged so no contact service is assured. Delivery within 24 hours, usually on the same day.

PRODUCE

Accent Fresh Ltd is offering home deliveries. Call 01366 386633 or order through the app via https://accent-fresh-home-delivery.myshopify.com/admin

Burdens Traditional Fishmongers is serving the community during the crisis. The fishmongers at Bells Road, Gorleston is serving Gorleston, Great Yarmouth and north Lowestoft with home deliveries. Contact via Facebook at Burdens Traditional Fishmongers or telephone 01493 652640.

Carr Farm at Burgh St Peter, near Beccles, has an online shop and is currently taking orders for their next consignment of Pasture for Life certified Belted Galloway beef. Visit carrfarm.org

Fen Farm Dairy at Bungay has a self service shed with daily supplies of fresh bread, cheese, butter, meat and raw milk. A delivery service is also available. Visit fenfarmdairy.co.uk

Halls Quality Butchers, Hollingsworth Road, Lowestoft. Free local deliveries over £15. Opens 7.30am. Call 01502 562630.

Heils Bakery, London Road North, Lowestoft. Shop open for business – now with a delivery service too via sales@heilsbakery.co.uk or call 01502 563730.

L G Roberts wholesale fish merchants based at Lowestoft Docks has always offered a delivery service to a small number of people. But with the continuing crisis and a drop in restaurant trade, they are now able to offer it to the wider community. Boasting a huge range of fresh, smoked and frozen fish and shellfish, all of which can be delivered, payments are taken over the phone before a knock and drop service to keep contact to a minimum is operated. Visit www.lgrobertsfishcom or call 01502 565101/01502 565324 for anyone wishing to leave an order.

Marshalls Fresh Produce – Britten Centre, Lowestoft. Free next day local delivery service of fresh produce and potatoes. E-mail gmar26@hotmail.co.uk visit www.marshallsfreshproduce.com or call 07960148808.

Mel’s fruits & Vegetables in Colville Road, Lowestoft. Open to the general public all day from 10am to 4pm. Get your fresh fruit and vegetables, milk, and eggs in trays of 30. Collection or free home delivery available. Email freshfruitandvegpublic@yahoo.com Visit on Whatsapp and Facebook or call 07399 937708.

Old Hall Farm at Woodton is delivering its own raw milk, eggs, meat, yoghurt, local veg, cheese, wine, gin, bread, condiments, chocolate and much more. They also have an out of hours vending machine. The full list of products is available via www.oldhallfarm.co.uk and orders are best sent via moo@oldhallfarm.co.uk

Parravanis ice cream are offering free home delivery on all orders of ice cream, sorbet, cakes and desserts over £10, within 25 miles of Beccles. You can order on their website or by calling 01502 715970.

Rundles fruit and vegetable supplies – a mobile fruit & vegetable van that delivers to your door – is operating in Great Yarmouth, Waveney and surrounding areas. They have also teamed up with a butchers and bakers to deliver a whole package of fresh goods courtesy of Coastal Food Supplies. For inquiries and orders call/text 07920 615 884 or email coastalfoodsupplies@aol.com Please ensure you leave your name, contact number, full address and postcode.

Sam Cole Foods, which proudly supplies fresh fish and frozen products to all food establishments and retail shops throughout East Anglia, has introduced a home delivery service to the general public. With regular deliveries throughout the week, daily fresh fish is also available. Call 01502 449636 or email sales@samcole.co.uk to order. Please leave clear contact details. Open Tuesday to Friday 9am to 2pm. Orders under £40 will incur a £5 delivery charge.

W J Seppings Ltd butchers and delicatessen, at Hungate in Beccles, has been delivering locally for the past week-and-a-half to people who are self-isolating and elderly customers. Customers need to phone the shop on 01502 712188/712114, and once their order is complete staff call them back for card payments before delivery. They are also open 7.30am to noon daily with a maximum of three customers in the shop at any time.

Watsons 1st Choice, Unit 11, Harbour Road Industrial Estate, Oulton Broad suppliers of fresh Fruit & Vegetables to the catering trade, Fruit, veg and eggs now offering free next day delivery to your home. Minimum order of £10. Call 01502 562473 or email enquiries@watsons-1stchoice.co.uk

World of Fish, Cooke Road, Lowestoft, Deliveries to the local area. All orders and payment by phone only please, no orders or messages on Facebook. Visit www.World-of-Fish.co.uk or call 01502 517171.

COOKED FOOD

Baytree House, Lyndhurst Road, Lowestoft. Sunday roast, cup cakes, home cooked pies. Contactless collection if you out for essentials or deliver. Visit www.baytreehouselowestoft.co.uk or call 01502 530315.

Coastal Food Supplies Gorleston. Copland Family Bakers, Jim’s Butchers and Rundles fruit and veg have formed Coastal Food Supplies to deliver bakery goods, fresh meat and quality fruit and vegetables for a small charge. Call 07920 615884.

Domino’s Pizza, St Peter’s Street, Lowestoft Visit www.dominos.co.uk or call 01502 518888.

Funnells Kitchen, Unit 19 Harvest Drive, Lowestoft. Home cooked dinners, non-contact delivery, minimum order £10, option to pay over the phone.

E-mail info@funnellskitchen.co.uk visit www.funnellskitchen.co.uk/takeaway-delivery or call 01502 573457.

Jesters Diner, Normanston Park, Lowestoft. Full breakfasts, waffles and pancakes, full roast dinners and homemade burgers. Contactless delivery and payment must be either online or over the phone. Strictly no cash. Call 01502 584698 or visit www.jestersdiner.com

Lowestoft Tandoori, High Street, Lowestoft. Phone orders including three course meal for £10. Free delivery visit www.lowestofttandoori.co.uk or call

01502 511818/566285.

Mandy’s Pickles, in Beccles, are delivering everyday essentials, fresh vegetables, and meats to those in Geldeston, Gillingham, Kirby Cane, Ellingham and Ditchingham. They have reserved supplies for those “who are vulnerable, elderly, or forced into quarantine,” who they can deliver to. You can order on their Facebook page or by calling 07949 813788.

On a Roll, Hamilton Road, Lowestoft. A full menu takeaway service. Breakfasts in a box, baguettes and homemade products. Card payments preferred. Phone ahead and pick up - keeping your distance. Call 07895466006.

Pakefield Plaice, Pakefield Street, Lowestoft. Open for fish and chips as normal. Phone orders to pick up and go, call 01502 538333.

Pakefield Tandoori, London Road, Pakefield, Lowestoft. Indian food visit www.pakefield-tandoori.co.uk or call 01502 588233.

Papa Johns Station Square Lowestoft. Visit www.papajohns.co.uk or call 01502 530303.

Pom’s Thai Kitchen, Denmark Road, Lowestoft Visit www.pomsthaikitchen.com or call 01502 572572.

Porky’s Pit, Dukes Head Street, Lowestoft. Contactless delivery only and pay by card either on our website or by card payment link to your mobile if ordering over the phone. Order on Deliveroo with 25 per cent off on orders over £20 Visit www.porkys-pit-food.co.uk or call 01502 585640.

Royal China Chinese Restaurant, Red Herring, Bridge Road, Oulton Broad, Lowestoft. Takeaway and delivery service only. Call 01502 565666.

Spice Den, High Street, Lowestoft. Offering a takeaway and delivery service to customers six days a week - closed on Tuesdays. Orders can ONLY be placed via telephone or online. Delivery is advisable. Revised takeaway opening hours are 5.30pm till late visit www.spiceden.co.uk or call 01502 514499.

Tea By The Sea, a popular tea room and cafe in Pakefield, Lowestoft, is offering free home deliveries within a three mile radius to customers due to coronavirus. The family owned tea room in Pakefield Street is offering a free delivery to your home of afternoon tea for £11 per person, as well as Sunday roast dinners delivered for £8.50 for one course or £11 with dessert. Ring 01502 585573 to book.

The Copper Smoke House, Bridge Road, Oulton Broad. Takeaway smoked Sunday roast and full takeaway menu also available. Call 01502 589843.

The Country Kitchen Farm Cafe, in Shipmeadow, is delivering cooked food and fresh farm shop meats, dairy and vegetables with free food home deliveries in Beccles through special arrangement if you message them on Facebook or call Amie Strak on 07852297225.

This list was correct at the time of publication. If anything has changed, please let us know via the email address above.

All food businesses in East Suffolk, including takeaways, cafés, restaurants and public houses, are to receive information on providing a safe takeaway food service during the Covid-19 outbreak.

Last week the government issued the following guidance for businesses providing a takeaway food service. For the safety of the public and employees, this guidance must be implemented.

Businesses offering a food pick-up service should adhere to the following:

For these services: · no orders should be taken in person on the premises – this should be communicated to customers by appropriate means such as signage.

· businesses should therefore only take orders online or by telephone

· customers could have staggered collection times - customers should be discouraged from entering the premises until their order is ready

· customers arriving without having already placed an order should be encouraged to leave the premises to place their order by telephone or online, and to return at a designated time for collection

· customers whose orders are ready should enter one at a time to collect orders and make payments

· businesses should discourage crowding outside the premises. Where possible, use queue management systems to maintain the two metres separation.

For more information about the advice to food businesses in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak visit www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-guidance-for-food-businesses

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