It's simple really.
We’re a local business on a mission to support local farmers and producers, by bringing quality fresh food and drink to local people and communities. We’re family-run, and everyone who works for us lives in Kent - and understands the very special seasonality of the Garden of England.
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"Had my first delivery today & I don't know why I haven't done this sooner! Amazing service & beautiful food - my two boys were straight in there for the fruit! Highly recommend."
Newsflash May 2021! Foodari Home Delivery wins Taste of Kent Food Retailer of the Year. A huge thank you to our fantastic local producers, customers & team who made this possible.
Foodari Home Delivery began - like many other home delivery businesses - in response to Covid-19. As lockdown measures eased, we asked (and got!) feedback from our customers on the fresh food solutions they need for the new normal. This means our whole service and offer has been shaped by feedback from local people. So we keep local fruit and veg at the heart of what we do, and offer quality store cupboard items too. Plus a gorgeous and ever-chaging choice of seasonal and special add-ons, and beer, wine and cider - also from Kent of course!
How does it work?
It's quick, simple and flexible. Browse our online shop (don't miss the weekly promotions and special offers), add the items you want to your cart, pay online and we'll deliver safely to your door the next day (orders placed by 12pm). Alternatively you can call our friendly team to place an order or set up a standing order (recommended - check out the extra benefits here).
Integrity, service and sustainability. We don't claim to be fully organic but we are very pleased to work with a number of farmers who are LEAF-assured and working to high environmental standards. Our core sourcing ethos is 'Kent First'. If we can find the quality produce our customers want, in the volume we need, from within the county, that's what you'll get. If we can't, we source quality produce from across the UK, and import from reputable growers where necessary (sadly there's still no lemons or avocados growing in the UK!).