Grocery shopping can be trying at the best of times, let alone when you have to line up outside Coles. To help make people’s lives (and isolation) easier, there’s been an array of grocery delivery services popping up. You can get groceries delivered to your door and support smaller grocers and suppliers around South East Queensland at the same time. Perfect!
Here’s 5 great grocery delivery services if you live in Brisbane.
1. Elska Restaurant
Elska is still giving people a taste of dining in their Wilston restaurant by delivering produce boxes full of their gourmet supplies and groceries. Each box supports their local farmers and suppliers and is hand delivered by one of their team members.
Find out their delivery areas and more about how to order a box on their Instagram here.
2. Suncoast Fresh
Suncoast Fresh are delivering the best available seasonal fruit and vegetables in each of their boxes, made up predominantly from produce grown locally, in QLD and Northern NSW. Their boxes range in size, from a Basics Box for $38 to a Luxe Box for $95. They also have bread, milk and eggs available from local suppliers.
Take a look at their boxes and order online here.
3. The Stores Grocer
The Stores Grocer in West End are now offering their delicious items by delivery. You will find best local seasonal fruit, vegetables and seafood, the pick of artisanal meat and cheese, an enviable delicatessen, essential pantry items and much more. You can order online for delivery (free within the 4101 postcode) or contactless car boot collection.
4. Little Clive
To help locals in the Annerley area, Little Clive restaurant has started doing home delivered fruit and vegetable boxes with essential items included, alongside their takeaway food offerings. They have a few different sizes, from a couples box to a family sized box, with fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables. They make their deliveries on Tuesdays, Thursday and Fridays.
You can view the boxes and order online here.
5. A Gourmet Plate
Catering company A Gourmet Plate has taken the restrictions in their stride and are now pivoting to a grocery delivery service, using their network of providers to get groceries to Brisbane locals. They have plenty of items on offer, from meat and poultry, bakery items, dairy and eggs, fresh fruits and vegetable and pantry items.