Food To Your Door offers excellent deals on great food
20 Nov 2020 09:49
Food To Your Door is the brain child of Gavin Allchurch and came into its own during the coronavirus lockdown.
Although the company has been in operation for many years it was given a real boost thanks to Covid-19.
Gavin says, “When people were reluctant to leave their homes we had permission to deliver food to people’s homes.”
What is on offer?
Food To Your Door offers excellent deals on great food “We pride ourselves on offering rates that are lower than the supermarkets and on delivering to people’s homes,” says Gavin.
Daily, weekly and monthly special offers are posted on Facebook as well as on their email newsletters. Links from these posts take the visitor directly to the website, where, at the click of a button an order can be placed. Orders will be delivered with 24 hours.
Food To Your Delivers to Port Elizabeth
There is a small delivery charge and deliveries will be made into all areas of Port Elizabeth.
Gavin says, “Our concept works very well and over the years we have developed a large customer commercial and residential customer base.”
“Our business model is so effective that I have now started franchising Food To Your Door with our first franchise opening in Johannesburg and a new franchise currently being negotiated for Durban.”
If you are interested in order from Food to Your Door or in opening a franchise call them on 078 803 2330.
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