In this week’s blog we get to know latest Florigo customers Richard & Josette who own Fish and Chips @ Weston Grove.
After opening 3 years ago they have gone from strength to strength. It is clear to see the passion this couple have for the industry and delivering great service combined with the best food.
Not only do they play their part by only using fish from sustainable sources, but they also aim to be plastic free by December 2019!
Our fantastic customers at Taylors have won multiple awards ranging from the South Wales Echo Food & Drink Awards to the Welsh Regional Winners of the National Fish and Chip Awards 2007/08 and a Finalist in the British Awards, since winning they haven’t entered any further awards, they now like to spend time concentrating on their food and business developments.
Keeping it going with the Service team – meet Andrew Smith, our Operations Manager! Andrew oversees the daily running of the Service department and actively develops new ways to keep improving the service we provide! Here is all you need to know about Andrew!
Introducing our Install Coorindator – Grant Robinson. Grant is your go-to guy when organising the logistics of your brand new frying range.
Starting with our Service Co-ordinator – James McDonald! James is known as the class clown of the office as he’s always making the team laugh. Here is all you need to know about James!
National Fish and Chip Day is a celebration of a treasured UK dish and the people who create it for us. One of these dens of golden delicacies is Merchants Fish Bar in Bewdley, a fish and chip shop and fish restaurant located right on the bank of the River Severn. This year we combined this day of celebrating the nations favourite takeaway with also trying to raise money for an incredibly worthy cause.
After our article about the changes to Uber Eats terms of service we have had a number of people interested in more information about it – some about the food delivery apps available, but mainly, is delivery the right option for them? Well, I thought it would make sense to create another article to answer this question.
Uber Eats has now opened up its food delivery app to 50,000 restaurants in the UK and Ireland, giving them access to their technology and the fast-growing platform. The difference now is that instead of having to use independent delivery drivers provided by the app, restaurants can now use their own delivery staff as an option.