The COVID-19 pandemic has seen consumers scrambling to keep their pantries and refrigerators well-stocked, which is seeing new initiatives being launched like these food kits from Pinkie Farm. The independent Nisa retailer in Musselburgh has launched the new kits that will retail for £25 each, which come packed with milk, eggs, bacon, various fruits and vegetables, a steak pie, a multipack of crisps and even a few sweet treats. Interested consumers can place their order via email to have the delivery made by store staff free of charge.
Pinkie Farm Managing Director Dan Brown spoke on the new food kits saying, "The contents of the kits are aimed at feeding two to three people and are compiled of the products we have been asked for regularly over the last week or so. Initially the kits can’t be altered or added to, as this will significantly decrease the number of people we’ll be able to help with the resource we have. We will however be looking to expand our capabilities over the coming weeks to allow customers to order products more freely.”