VEGANS, vegetarians and health buffs have not been forgotten in the lockdown, with an Oxford organic cafe launching a new food box delivery service.

After closing their business in Friars Entry, off Magdalen Street, owners of the Organic Deli Cafe announced they would now deliver items from their menu and product range across Oxfordshire.

The new online ordering and home delivery system launched a week ago and is set to save people time and avoid exposure in supermarket queues.

Trevor Bennett and Cristina Campos opened the cafe at 2009.

They announced: “We are supported by a 20-strong team of experienced and reliable delivery staff.

“We are now rolling out a bespoke box delivery service to new and existing customers across Oxfordshire.”

This is the newest innovation from the family business that ‘always seeks to meet the individual needs of their customers’.

All menu items and in-store products, including organic fruit, vegetables, baking flour and body products, can be ordered online at

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Delivery fees range between £3 and £8, and the minimum order starts at £20 for Oxford, £25 for Abingdon, £30 for Witney, Didcot and Bicester, and £50 for Wantage, Faringdon and Carterton.

Pre-orders can be made up to eight days ahead of actual delivery.