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Introducing Farmdrop: the ethical grocer

Farmdrop pay their farmers over double what the supermarkets pay them for the same produce, and they even deliver their produce in electric vans to help cut down emissions.
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Farmdrop—the grocery service you’ve been waiting for

Who are Farmdrop you ask? They’re the new kids on the Grocery Delivery block. Farmdrop has all the convenience of a supermarket delivery service, but the similarities end there.

A bit like an online farmers’ market, Farmdrop connect local farmers, makers and bakers with their time-savvy customers. Their food is locally sourced wherever possible, with 90% of their fresh produce being sourced within 150 miles, which means fresher, tastier and healthier food for their customers and their families.

They pay their farmers over double what the supermarkets pay them for the same produce, and they even deliver their produce in electric vans to help cut down emissions.

Farmdrop

Their range is extensive, and you can easily do your entire weekly shop on their site. They stock everything from organic baby food to natural wines(!). Their meat is also reared to the highest ethical standards, but there’s plenty on offer to suit any dietary requirements.

They’re currently delivering to most places within the M25, as well as Bristol and Bath if you find yourself down there. There’s also a postcode checker on their website where you can double check that they deliver to you.

If you order before midday, you can get next-day delivery, which is free for orders over £80. 

READER OFFER

We’ve teamed up with Farmdrop to offer MotherHood readers an exclusive intro offer; get 20% off your first shop with code MOTHERHOOD (min. spend £60).

For more information, visit  www.farmdrop.com

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