London’s first 100% vegan supermarket to offer online delivery service

Read Time:   |  26th January 2017

London’s first 100% plant-based supermarket is looking to expand into online ordering to help make vegan food even more accessible. 

Vegan convenience store Greenbay, which opened in Fulham in August last year, is preparing to offer a delivery service from next month. The service would allow Greenbay to deliver a selection of chilled and ambient vegan and plant-based food, drink and household products to customers across the UK.

First-time retailer and managing director Anderson Caicedo said the new service would allow the supermarket to address the overwhelming demand it receives from customers who live outside of London.

“We have people visiting from different cities, even different countries,” said Caicedo. “It’s a little bit difficult for vegans to find everything in one place. If I go to Tesco or Sainsbury’s I have to go through all the labels to make sure the product doesn’t have any animal derivatives. There’s nothing like Greenbay in London.”

For more information please visit www.greenbaysupermarket.co.uk

Source: The Grocer

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