The Coffee Club home delivers care kits
The Coffee Club is taking steps to help out isolated or vulnerable Aussies with a new Care Kit venture.
The home-delivered Care Kits are made up of basic staples including milk (dairy and non-dairy), a loaf of bread, and a quality barista-made coffee from The Coffee Club.
CEO Nick Bryden said the Care Kits are a way of helping out those in need during this challenging time.
Coffee Club home delivers
“We know that many Australians are finding it difficult to buy essentials that are in high demand. With many people vulnerable and self-isolating across the country, we’ve worked with our partners to find a way to deliver these essential care packs straight to your door,” Bryden said.
The home-delivery is also ideal for The Coffee Club regulars now working from home.
“As more Australian workplaces roll out remote working arrangements, The Coffee Club will also help you ‘caffeinate while you isolate’,” said Bryden.
Franchisees can continue to operate
A partnership with Uber Eats allows franchisees to operate while tough anti-coronavirus measures limit regular cafe service.
Customers can order from the all-day breakfast and lunch menu, or a care kit, using the Uber Eats app.
The customer care package will be available to any household within the store’s delivery zone, and packs will be restocked daily.
The basic Care Kit offers a standard loaf of bread, plus a carton of milk for $8. Coffees, cake and other menu items can be added as extras.
An Australian concept which has expanded overseas, The Coffee Club has just celebrated its 30th anniversary. Established in Queensland, the cafe chain marked the milestone with a two-year project to refresh its stores with a contemporary new look.
Expansion plans are focused on regional and metro areas in New South Wales and Victoria.