Ice cream straight to your doorstep: Gallone’s launches delivery service for parts of Northamptonshire
Customers no longer have to miss out while the ice cream parlours are closed
A famous Northampton ice cream company is responding to the coronavirus outbreak by delivering its products to customers.
Gallone’s is helping everyone get through the lockdown period by offering a delivery service in parts of the county.
The company took to social media yesterday to inform customers about its venture while the ice cream parlours are closed and it seems the delivery service will be extremely popular.
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Gallone’s is offering free delivery to anyone who orders three or more tubs of its iconic ice cream that comes in more than 30 flavours.
Each one-litre tub is priced at £4.25, which is the same price they are sold at in the parlours.
The delivery will include Northampton and can be extended to other areas of the county if there are enough orders.
As location requests flooded in on Facebook, the company said it would look at delivering to Earls Barton, Kettering, Wellingborough, Burton Latimer and Long Buckby.
To order your ice cream to be delivered, call Gallone’s on 01604 715371 and select option one.
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