Your pots can hitch a lift for free delivery
No strings, no extra charge
High Fives to the Sharing Economy
Our biggest learning from last week’s pop-up sounds obvious: get your food into as many mouths as possible. Duh, right?
We’re doing our utmost to secure another retail presence, scouring the City and East London for another pop-up site and/or a more permanent spot (suggestions welcome). Meanwhile, you can order online, subscribe + save or book via Uber Eats. We’re also hosting Pot Parties in workplaces across the ‘hood, giving people the chance to try and buy (book one now).
Be a HiLo Hitchhiker
As we already make deliveries to our 342 subscribers, we’ve been working on how we can leverage those existing delivery routes to make it even easier for you to eat better. And this is what we’ve cooked up for those of you who like HiLo but don’t need a weekly subscription.
We currently deliver before midday on Mondays to the below locations. If you are based in these buildings or are less than a 5mins walk from them, your order can hitch a lift via our regular weekly drops, for no extra charge.
WeWork Primrose Street EC2A 2EX WeWork Waterhouse Square EC1N 2SW WeWork Old Street N1 6DR Huckletree Finsbury Square EC2A 1AH Trampery Republic E14 2BE Trampery Old Street EC1V 9EY Chapel Court EC2A 3DQ Heron Tower EC2N 4AY The Office Group, Whitechapel E1 7QA The Office Group, Borough SE1 1JA
How to get in on the action
All you need to do is order, select the relevant delivery hub and after adding payment, add a note with your actual nearby address. Orders must be placed by 6pm Sunday in order to make the delivery slot. But if it’s later than that, contact us and we’ll do our best to sort it.
We want to encourage new orders, so please spread the word to people you know who are based in these locations, there's a 'share' button below. We’re really grateful for your support.
For us it’s not about making money from delivery charges but covering our costs and being inventive to provide added value to our customers.
Who says there's no such thing as a free ride. Pass it on.