Delivering for you: updated 3rd July 2020
We’re updating this Blog on a very regular basis …
Please be aware of the new rules and guidelines that are affecting all those working in the food and drink sector. It means they are operating under very difficult conditions to protect their own teams as well as customers – and under very strict rules. If they don’t adhere to them – they could be closed down … so please …
- Be considerate
- Be patient and
- Allow extra time for planning, for ordering as well as for delivery/collection.
More information can be found later in our Blog. Thank you.
Coronavirus continues to impact heavily – and the Covid-19 restrictions look set to affect even more businesses and organisations in Cupar as the days pass. The most important role we can undertake – first and foremost – is to help the most vulnerable: to that end, we’ve created this Blog that details the businesses in town who are trying their very best to meet the ever-changing landscape.
Please help by sharing this with friends, family and colleagues …
Each of the businesses listed below has a click-through to our Blog’s map to show their location, address details and any digital links that we have. This page and our work in Cupar supports all – large and small: all should be aware of the largest food stores – Aldi, Co-Op, Lidl, Poundstretcher and Tesco.
The following has three sections …
- Fresh Food & Grocery Delivery
- Home Delivery & Takeway
For ease of use, we have given the telephone number of each beneath their listing: please be aware that (at times) they will be busy/engaged – but that they are working very hard to meet all; the demands …
Fresh Food & Groceries …
some with Home Delivery
Pet Food, Flour & Oats. Deliveries available.
Click on the image below to visit their online store …
Luvians is offering a home delivery service – not only for wines, beers & spirits but also Tubs of Icecream and all it’s deli products including cheese, olives, hams, coffee etc. Call or email email@example.com to order. You can also pick up your order from the shop with appropriate social distancing. Also can order online on their website – products are being added daily.
07507863028 or 01334 659216
Via the App – Snappyshopper.co.uk
Premier Store has a whole range of groceries including Fresh bread from an artisan baker as well as baked goods from Stuarts. They are also selling via their SnappyShopper App, non grocery goods from other local businesses including Temptations Boutiqe Bakery Beauty Bath Junkie and Hidden Gem Gifts
0777 129 6272
Check out their Facebook page but deliveries Friday – Sunday with collection from the shop Monday – Thursday. Order in advance by telephone.
Fresh Fish, Speciality cheeses, Pasta, Flour, Eggs, Pasta Sauce etc. Home delivery too if you can’t get out. Keeping up with government guidelines only one person in the shop at once 🐠🐠🐠🧀🧀🧀. Telephone 01334652668 or drop Lynne a message on 07985 160254. Opening Hours Tuesday – Friday 9 – 3pm
Fresh fruit & Veg boxes
Vegetable Box £15 / Fruit Box £15 / 4kg Fresh Chips £5.80 / 2kg Vegetable Soup Mix £5.10 / 2kg Leek & Potato Soup Mix £5.70. Order by 9pm on Wednesday for Friday/Saturday delivery. Please text orders to 07785797981. Please note: contents may vary depending on stock.
Home Delivery & Takeaway
Predominantly, the following are the town’s bistros, cafes, restaurants and takeaways: many have run home delivery and takeaway services for years. Others are adapting to ensure they can still provide a service to their customers.
Restarting Thursday 23rd April with a selection of cold meals delivered to your door. Deliveries on Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays. On Sunday, will be doing a Sunday Breakfast Box. Order by 3pm the day before. They are also doing a Sunday Afternoon Tea menu. Cafe will also be open again from Wednedsay 7th May for Takeaway.
We are open Thursday till Sunday for take aways and deliveries, 5pm to 9pm depending on orders. Kindly note all collections /deliveries are contactless and only card payments are accepted. Hope to hear from you soon 😊. Order online with Yummy Takeaway App & get 15% off.
Order via their website and can be collected or can be delivered.
Indos are offering free delivery to all NHS and emergency services staff – as well as those working in Cupar’s pharmacies and chemists – and will include a can of juice and free chips ! They have collections and home delivery on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Order through their App to get a 10% discount: you’ll find a link for Apple & Android version on their website – or call them on 01334 657777.
Wednesday 4pm-8pm, Thursday 12-8, Friday 12-8, Saturday 12-8 and Sunday 3pm -8pm. Collection & Takeaway Only with contactless payment.
The restaurant has launched a takeaway and home delivery menu – available from Thursday to Saturday (4pm – 8pm).
Orders should be placed 24hrs out : please find more via our Blog.
Takeaway only from 9 – 3pm Monday – Saturday. Preorders accepted too for collection
Reopens 23rd April for delivery and for collection. Social distancing must be maintained. Payment is by cash or by card (the preferred method to minimise contact).
Open Friday – Sunday for Takeaway. Order online in advance. http://thepresscafebistro.com/
Two An A Coo on Bonnygate have launched a simple order form to cover all the basics they’re able to deliver.
The cafe is also offering free delivery on food orders for key workers in the NHS who live in Cupar: just use the code ‘NHSCARE’ when placing your order – and see their daily updates on their own Facebook page re specials. Need more – call them on 01334 659121.
This Blog will be updated from time to time to try and keep the information as current for our readers as we possibly can.
New legal requirements for food businesses
Please be patient with businesses who are working very hard to ensure all orders and deliveries are met during these very challenging times. There are new rules and regulations that are placing significant restrictions on businesses to ensure all are adhering to new legal requirements. These include …
- All food businesses must stop all eat-in activity
- Wherever possible, remove any in-store / outside seating: if not possible, display clear signage to tell all that seating is NOT FOR USE
- Only takeaway and/or collection sales are allowed
- Businesses remaining open must enforce social distancing – and this applies for customers and staff: if you are asked to stand away from anyone, please listen to the advice and act on it.
There are also new guidelines covering food hygiene, packaging, cleaning and waste disposal as well as more detailed information for takeaways and eateries offering food collection services. In order for businesses to best manage their service, they are being asked to:
- Reduce the number of items on menus
- Only have essential staff on premises whenever possible
- Set up a collection area that enables customers to keep government-recommended distances
- Put clear signs on/near your entrance explaining precautions – asking that all keep at least two metres apart (in-store and queuing: if you run a business and need suitable wording – please feel free to use the poster at the food of this Blog: it also contains a link to the latest Scottish Government advice on Social Distancing.
Encourage customers to …
- Order online, by phone – or to order from the premises doorway
- Use contactless payment to avoid handling/exchange of cash
Support our local businesses – and please be aware …
Local councils are now tasked with ensuring all are implementing the official requirements. Whether a customer, essential supplier or member of staff, you must adhere to all rules – especially so regarding social distancing. This means keeping a distance of at least two metres (6.5 feet) between you and any other person.
Failure to comply could result in the council shutting down the business with immediate effect and/or potentially unlimited fines.
Thanks for reading.