Loaves of Baker's Inn Premium bread. PHOTO: Baker's Inn Zimbabwe

Baker’s Inn now delivers bread to your doorstep

The delivery service applies for orders of ten (10) loaves or more with each loaf priced at ZW$151,20.

LEADING confectionery maker Baker’s Inn can now deliver bread right to your doorstep, saving you time and the hussle of navigating your way to the local shops every morning.

The bread delivery service ensures you can now enjoy tasty treats from the comfort of your home and without the possibility of joining some queues at your local Baker’s Inn outlet or nearest supermarket.

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“If you’re looking for less time to spend in queues then our Baker’s Inn delivery platform is perfect for you,” said Baker’s Inn in its statement regarding the game-changing move.

“Simply place your order a day before between 6am and 8pm and your bread will be delivered the next day.”

The delivery service applies for orders of ten (10) loaves or more with each loaf priced at ZW$151,20.

But of course, just like anything good, there are terms and conditions that apply including the issue of distance. You wouldn’t probably expect the bread to be delivered to your home if you live 100km from the nearest outlet, right?

You can find out the specific nitty-gritty issues by dialing the toll-free number that is attached with the flyer which we share below.

Baker’s Inn Bread now delivers to your doorstep. IMAGE: Baker’s Inn Bread via Twitter

Still, this latest move by the Simbisa Brands unit looks set to become a real master stroke in the bakery industry.

Bad things such as pandemics and wars always bring forth good things as humans get to think outside the box and try to wriggle their way out of challenges.

The current Covid-19 period has given rise to a boom in the delivery marketplace – there are so many great things available that we could never access direct to our homes in the past.

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