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Companies offering UK food deliveries

A number of firms ship UK supermarket food and household products to France. Here are some of their details.

HOUSEHOLDS in France could save on their grocery bills by ordering some items from the UK and paying for delivery – despite the stronger pound.

The full extent of the savings are revealed in July issue of The Connexion. Find your nearest newsagent at this link.
Here are some of the companies that sell UK food.

Supermarket delivery service from UK to France:

Sterling Shopping
http://www.sterlingshopping.co.ukPick-up points throughout the south-west
Groceries: Between 20% & 25% delivery charge (minimum: £20 to £25)
Personal Shop: Between £10.00 & £15.00
Home Delivery: From £25.00
Can also deliver packages and furniture
UK: 0044 1280 843 966
France: 05 53 22 39 16
thesterlinggirls@yahoo.co.uk

La Maison Removals
http://www.lamaisonremovals.co.uk/Delivery to France within 48 hours. Delivery charge is 15% ot total value of shopping, subject to €25 minimum.
UK: 00 44 7976 849 767
France: 05 55 41 46 88
E-mail: info@lamaisonremovals.co.uk

UK Supermarkets Direct
http://www.uksupermarketsdirect.com£12.50 per box with a maximum weight of 30Kgs including all the packaging
Handling fee of 38% of the total goods ordered
UK: 00 44 845 388 53 86
France: 09 63 245 413
sales@uksupermarketsdirect.com

Online shops selling UK food directly

www.missmyshops.com - portal for online shopping sites that deliver to France
Simply British - a shop in the Ariège
Curry specialists

http://curryalamaison.com
www.packetcurryfrance.com

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