30 Apr Shaken Udder Donates 15000 Milkshakes to Key Workers
Premium-milkshake producer, Shaken Udder, has been helping to fuel key workers in the fight against Covid-19 with generous donations of its delicious shakes.
Over the last four weeks, the Essex-based firm has delivered around 15,000 bottles of its milkshakes to hospitals, hospices, fire stations, schools, care homes and police stations across Suffolk, Essex and as far afield as Devon. It has also donated 7,200 bottles to Fairshare.
“As a business, we wanted to try and do our bit to thank all the amazing people who are doing so much to keep this country safe and taking care of people’s health at such a difficult time,” explains Andrew Howie, co-founder of Shaken Udder.
“We also wanted to make a sizeable donation to Fairshare, which is crying out for supplies for the food banks who are producing food parcels for so many people at this difficult time.”
Many of the donations have gone out to local key workers in places such as Ipswich Hospital, St Helena’s Hospice in Colchester, Gray’s Fire Station, Broomfield Hospital, Basildon A&E and Colchester General Hospital.
Shaken Udder, which is based in Tiptree, produces its range of premium milkshakes using British milk and real ingredients. Its products are sold in Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Co-op, Waitrose, Ocado, Booths, Boots and WHSmith. For more information visit www.shakenudder.com