Delivery

Heart of the village: the Anchor is the linchpin for great food delivered from the pub

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How the Anchor launched a popular food delivery service

By Gary Lloyd

When pubs were shut down in March, licensees Matthew Crisp and partner Lee Hughes had to act fast, so they set up a food delivery service that is proving hugely popular with locals, who have responded by doing all they can to support the business. Here,...

Taking the plunge: what you need to know about providing a delivery service to your customers

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How to set up a delivery service

By Alice Leader

While consumers are banned from visiting their beloved local pub due to the development of Covid-19, could putting your mind to a delivery regime be the answer to surviving these uncertain times?

Pub classics: GK hopes to have 500 sites offering takeaways during the coming weeks

Coronavirus

Greene King rolls out takeaway offer

By Alice Leader

Pubco-brewer Greene King is launching a takeaway service across its sites to customers who still crave traditional pub meals and drinks while they social distance themselves due to coronavirus.

Take it away: many operators are offering takeaway food and drinks services

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How to launch a takeaway offer

By Alice Leader

Now pubs have been ordered to close, some sites have opted for a takeaway service for social distancing and self-isolating customers who still crave pub grub.

Social distancing: a publican is offering food deliveries for those who are staying at home

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Publican delivers meals to elderly amid coronavirus

By Alice Leader

A publican and her daughter are offering a “not-for-profit” delivery service where they will take their popular pub meals on the road to “those in need” during the coronavirus outbreak.

To deliver or not to deliver?: Is delivery an opportunity or a threat to pubs?

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Food delivery: disaster or opportunity for pubs?

By Nicholas Robinson

Pubs are failing to tap into the rising food delivery trend, with only a few pub companies adopting it, despite it cannibalising the eating-out market and growing by 13% to a value of £8.1bn, new analysis has claimed.