Taste Causeway is supporting local businesses to think outside the box and introduce new ways to deliver local food and drink to their customers in these unprecedented times.
Local food and drink producers, who had previously been supplying local restaurants and hotels have seen a catastrophic disruption to their normal business, have had to look at innovative ways to reach the local market.
Many have set up online ordering and home delivery schemes which are being actively promoted through the Taste Causeway E-shop through accessed directly through www.tastecauseway.com.
Local craft brewer Lacada are supplying beer online through local off licence Fairleys, Broighter Gold have ramped up their online shop with discounts and delivery promotions, Broughgammon Farm are doing a selection of boxes including the popular Larder Box. Local peanut butter company Taste Joy got their online deliveries up and running just last week and Warkes Deli provide home delivery of many Taste Causeway products through their facebook site. New additions are being added to the eshop every day.
The Taste Causeway social media platforms @tastecauseway on facebook, Twitter and Instagram regularly post updates on online ordering and home delivery schemes
Taste Causeway is also appealing to customers to support the local hospitality sector. An online campaign has been created to ask the public to consider buying a voucher from one of our local restaurants, hotels or food experiences to use in the future – not only a lovely experience to look forward to but it will support our local industry through the worst economic crisis it has ever faced. Lots of ideas and offers are posted regularly @tastecauseway and online ordering available atwww.tastecauseway.com