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Deep Blue introduces ‘non-contact’ delivery option

Deep Blue Restaurants is offering ‘non-contact’ deliveries for its customers in light of growing concerns about the spread of coronavirus.

The new measures offer those customers wishing to practice social distancing the option to request delivery drivers to leave their sealed delivery on the doorstep after acknowledging their delivery, so no personal contact is made.

This service is available as of today at the 11 Deep Blue locations that employ their own delivery drivers and if the order is paid for online to avoid the risk of personal contact during a cash exchange.

As more people are encouraged or compelled to self-isolate, food delivery services will become increasingly in demand and fish and chips is no different. This popular and traditional takeaway plays a huge part in family traditions and gatherings, and Deep Blue is keen to ensure its loyal customers don’t miss out.

Deep Blue owner James Low said: “We appreciate our customers growing concern for their wellbeing and for the wellbeing of those around them. We believe introducing this option for customers means they can safely self-isolate and reduce their personal contact whilst still enjoying their favourite takeaway.”

Deep Blue owns and operates 28 restaurants and takeaways across the UK.

The 11 offering ‘non-contact’ delivery are: Bedhampton, Beverley, Cheddar, Newmarket, Norwich, Oxted, Southsea, St. Leonards, South Parade Pier, Thornbury, Woburn Sands.

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