Borough Market launches meal box subscription service


London’s very own Borough Market is launching a massive range of fresh produce and special occasion meal boxes available on subscription, along with three new gift hampers for food lovers across the UK. We may be coming out of lockdown soon, but these kinds of offerings are clearly here to stay!

The new subscription service, available from 18 March, means that specially selected, high-welfare free-range fresh meat, fish, dairy and top -quality seasonal fruit and vegetables, along with baked goods and drinks from some of the Market’s best loved traders are now available nationwide for a single delivery fee.

Customers across London and throughout the UK who are keen to support independent traders from the world class food market can choose to subscribe to regular deliveries from a delicious range of fresh, sustainably sourced produce boxes or a choice of five indulgent meal boxes.

Ranging from Taste the Ocean and Michelin Star VIP Veg to The Roast Dinner Winner and Dolce Vita Date Night, the boxes are priced from £25-£55 and available from the team at Good Sixty.  Customers will have the option of adding extra items, including expertly paired fine wines from Cartwright Brothers Vintners.

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There will also be a selection of three specially curated luxury gift hampers available for single purchase, priced between £75 and £150.

Darren Henaghan, managing director at Borough Market said: “As London’s oldest food market, we are used to welcoming shoppers from across the capital - and the rest of the country - who come to buy the best UK and international produce from our expert independent traders.

“We know many customers haven’t been able to travel due to the pandemic in recent months, but these new subscription boxes mean that people can still get their favourite fresh meat, cheese, fish, fruit and veg and those special Borough Market treats wherever they live – and those who’ve read about us but never had the chance to pop in can now try some of our wonderful food.”

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