Cargo bikes will be seen throughout Stroud after the Bike Drop joined forces with Good Sixty home delivery service.
The duo has also agreed to partner up with Five Valleys Market, extending home deliveries from Tuesdays to Saturdays.
The Five Valleys Market now offers a combined home delivery service from Waghornes Butchers, the Artisan Baker, fresh fruit and veg, Armadeli, Non-Solo Pasta, Pershore Seafood, Pieminister, and the Lilypad Florist – making it the perfect one-stop-shop for weekly groceries and additional treats.
The Good Sixty platform allows shoppers to shop from all of the Five Valleys Market traders in one simple checkout, with zero-emissions home deliveries available to local areas including Stroud, Nailsworth, Minchinhampton, Chalford, Bisley, Slad, Painswick, Stonehouse and more.
Chris Edwards from Good Sixty said: “We’re really excited to be teaming up with The Bike Drop to offer locals many more convenient home delivery slots – from Tuesday to Saturday—when doing their grocery shopping with Good Sixty.
“What’s more, The Bike Drop upholds our core values of providing eco-friendly, ethical alternatives to the diesel-guzzling vans often used by other online supermarket giants. Good Sixty is proud to guarantee a top-notch food service from the Five Valleys market traders to the environmentally-conscious foodies of Stroud.”
Centre Manager of Five Valleys, Dionne Moore said: “We are thrilled that our Good Sixty home delivery service has been extended to offer deliveries five days a week, making it much more convenient for locals to support their independent retailers.
“The wide variety of traders on our Good Sixty platform means we offer a unique alternative to supermarket shopping as you can pick up your fresh groceries, ready-made meals, sweet treats and much more!”