Savona and Thomas Ridley open doors to the public

Savona Foodservice and Thomas Ridley Foodservice have opened their doors to the public in order to support the community through this difficult and unpredictable time.

“With government news breaking as the week continues, this response from our local communities has inspired us to do more”, explains Savaona group digital manager, Jenny Squire. “We have now launched a click and collect service, where members of the public can place orders online.”

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Fellow Country Range Group member Thomas Ridley has implemented similar changes to its operations, according to ecommerce director Darren Osborn: “Our click & collect service is open to all, you do not need an account to order on our website. Choose the click & collect option at checkout to collect items from our warehouse in Suffolk or alternatively, we use a courier service for customers further afield.

“He continued: “We are experiencing a surge in demand, especially from non-trade customers; families, people who are self-isolating and anyone who is trying to get groceries.  We have put more resource into our operations to help to meet this demand and ensure that we can continue to supply.”

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Paul Hill is the Editor of Better Wholesaling. He can be found on Twitter at @BW_PaulHill, or contacted via and 07960935659.


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