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Paul UK launches delivery hub

French artisan bakery, Paul UK, announced it has launched a new concept called The Grocery Market at its central location in Acton, London.

The site will help to deliver fresh bread and pastries, as well as essential items, such as milk, butter, and fresh fruit and vegetables. 

This initiative will aim to support the current demand for key groceries, and help to ease the pressure currently being felt by supermarkets. 

The Grocery Market is open seven days a week until 2pm, and features a range of bundle boxes, such as ‘Bread and Veg’, ‘Bread and More’ and ‘Family Top-up’, all of which are available for same-day delivery via UberEats and Deliveroo, as well as on the group’s website. 

The delivery service is available to qualifying postcodes within a 2–3 mile radius of the site.

Mark Hilton, CEO of Paul UK, said: “The Grocery Market is an extension of our Bread Market which launched two weeks ago and gives customers the chance to pick up essentials in one trip / online order, without having to visit busy supermarkets. 

“With many people finding it hard to book supermarket delivery slots we wanted to help with the demand by delivering bundle boxes of bread, dairy, fruit and veg essentials, direct to the homes of our local community.”

Paul has also reopened four of its shops, in Wimbledon, Hampstead, Canary Wharf and Marble Arch, to offer hot drinks, bread, viennoiserie, sweet tarts and mini macarons to takeaway or for home delivery via Deliveroo and UberEats.

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