NetFlorist extends essential offering
NetFlorist has extended its essential goods delivery service and the offering includes pantry staples for delivery in Johannesburg and Pretoria, from today, 07 April 2020. The e-tailer is prioritising the delivery of fresh fruits, vegetables, teas, coffee, baby products, pantry and refrigerator essentials amongst other items available on-site.
All non-essential orders that include flowers, alcohol hampers, personalised items and more can still be placed for future delivery that is only after 17 April 2020. The e-tailer can confirm that it will remain operational during the nationwide lockdown while adhering to government regulations.
“Within 36 hours, NetFlorist introduced a fresh produce delivery service in partnership with Fruitspot and our consumers responded well to the range. The fresh produce delivery service is available in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban and Cape Town,” said Thalissa Pillay Marketing Manager at NetFlorist.
“Online shopping and delivery of goods is a necessary service as everyone is doing their part to flatten the curve,” said Ryan Bacher Managing Director of NetFlorist.
Many South African businesses had to radically transform the way they operate to adapt to the new temporary trading environment, while honouring the principles of the lockdown. It is safe to say that the new offering made available by NetFlorist came at the perfect time; a time where it is crucial that South African citizens stand together by keeping apart.