CUPAR-based Fisher and Donaldson, a Royal Warrant-holding fifth generation family bakery – specialising in traditional, handmade goods (including their world-famous fudge doughnut, coffee towers, Dr Floyd bread and Fife oatcakes) – is doing its bit during the lockdown to support its community by continuing to make and bake fresh bread and sweet treats.
Chloe Milne, from the bakery, said: “We had to move fast in these changing times to ensure we continued to meet the needs of our customers; so, the first thing we did was to set up an online shop to do home deliveries in our local area: KY15, KY16 and DD1-DD6.
“We’ve been doing ‘random acts of fudge doughnuts’ too, to try and have some fun in this difficult time!
“We have been asking people to nominate their friends, family and colleagues and we have picked winners who deserve a fudge doughnut treat. We also have one of our home delivery drivers hand out a free box of doughnuts each day as a random act of kindness.
“And we have also been delivering free bread for NHS staff, locally at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee, Adamson Hospital in Cupar and St Andrews Community Hospital. A small gesture, but something we hope shows our appreciation for the wonderful work all our local NHS staff are doing.”
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