Coronavirus

Crussh reopens Notting Hill Store amid UK lockdown

Crussh Fit Food and Juice Bars will reopen its Notting Hill store today (5 June) for take-away and delivery.

The healthy food and juice chain said it undertook a “significant review” of its store operating model to ensure it can open safely for teams and customers, and comply with Government guidelines on Coronavirus.

Customers will be able to visit stores for take-away, order ahead for click and collect or have their items delivered via Deliveroo. The first re-opening will be used to test and learn, allowing Crussh to then apply these learnings to other stores.

Delivery zones have also been expanded to include Greater London, East and West Sussex, Essex, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Oxfordshire and Surrey.

Helen Harrison, brand director from Crussh, said: “Launching our new online grocery shop is a significant move for us, providing an incredible opportunity to serve our core London market and also bring our brand of healthy food and juice to a new audience outside London.

“We believe the online shop will form part of the permanent Crussh offer going forwards, certainly as people continue to work from home and avoid unnecessary supermarket trips. We will continue to evolve and expand the offer over the coming weeks and look forward to hearing what people think.”

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