With the ongoing impact of Covid-19, Harvest Fine Foods, a business with a proud reputation established over 30 years, are continuing to help in more ways than one for both the public and businesses in the food and hospitality sector.

Firstly, having recently launched the platform, they are offering businesses the opportunity to register on their website to build a searchable portal for the public to find local restaurants taking part in the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme.   

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It allows businesses that have not signed up already to make the most of both their website and the search engine available. 

The Eat Out to Help Out scheme was announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak, aiming to provide businesses in the food industry a much needed boost as well as giving the public the confidence to go out for a meal in the ‘new normal’ as lockdown restrictions begin to ease.

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Every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday between August 3 and 31, participating restaurants and eateries will offer 50 per cent off food and non-alcoholic drinks up to a total value of £10 per person.

There is no need for a voucher to use the scheme and you can use it at the same time as other offers and discounts. Although alcoholic drinks and service charges are excluded from the offer, no minimum spend applies and businesses will be able to claim a reimbursement from the government from the discount which has been used by customers.

Secondly, Harvest Fine Foods are continuing to deliver locally sourced produce directly to customers in support of their community so that they can enjoy using a range of high-quality ingredients at home.

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Through a simple click, they are also offering a 10 per cent discount on home deliveries for customers who register on the Harvest Fine Foods website before the end of August.

For more information about the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, click here.

To enrol your business through the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, simply fill in the form here.