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Fyvie dairy goes from farm to doorstep

By David Porter

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Invercamey Dairy has announced this week that it is set to roll out its doorstep deliveries in the local area.

Invercamey Dairy is all set for doorstep deliveries
Invercamey Dairy is all set for doorstep deliveries

Having already seen a successful launch to retail premises across the north-east, the next phase of the return of locally produced milk to customers is set to take place.

As owner Richard Fisher explained: "We are finally taking pre-orders on our app and a massive thank you goes to all of those who downloaded it previously for your patience."

Potential customers had previously been asked to install the app so that the dairy could have a clearer understanding of the areas of demand.

As Richard said: " Deliveries will now start on the 13 or the 14 of April depending on your postcode.

"Monday and Thursday deliveries will see us going to Woodhead, Fyvie, Rothienorman, Turriff, Banff and Macduff.

"On Tuesday and Friday deliveries we go to Oldmeldrum, Newmacher, Inverurie and Kemnay.

" At present you can currently choose to pay over two weeks or four weeks.

"All you need to do is select the amount you consume a week and the app will multiple it by two or four depending on the payment frequency you select."

Invercamey Dairy's app is now taking live orders for doorstep delivery.
Invercamey Dairy's app is now taking live orders for doorstep delivery.

He pointed out to customers that the subscription model is not in place yet so they will be required to reorder every two or four weeks depending on what they choose.

During the first period of home deliveries they will not be delivering to outside any of the built up areas near the towns being serviced, but ask that people get in touch if they do live inside of the areas noted and the app is not accepting their postcode.

The app can be downloaded for both apple and android and for further updates visit their Facebook page

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