London-based Gail’s Bakery has launched a delivery service to provide London offices with boxes of its products.
The service will cater for meetings and employees, and will be delivered for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea.
The breakfast platters include an offering of the bakery’s top-selling Morning Buns, made with croissant and brioche dough spiked with flavours such as sour cherry with pistachio and chocolate with hazelnut.
At lunchtime the bakery offers thick cut sandwiches, sausage rolls and mini brioche bites.
It will also provide an afternoon tea offering of sweet treats, and whole cakes.
The service will deliver Monday to Friday from 7.30am until 5pm.
Gail’s now has 17 bakery sites, and plans to open another in Blackheath, south London, in the coming months.
The company was launched in 2005 by founders Tom Molnar and Ran Avidan. It is also backed by Luke Johnson, founder of Pizza Express.