Herzgut delivers in Germany

Like in many other industry sectors, the reaction to the coronavirus pandemic is different from dairy to dairy in Germany. Some have closed down most of their activity, while others keep open their annexed stores open for public service. And some find a middle ground. One of them is Herzgut.

Due to the restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic, Herzgut is offering a delivery service, so people can get their dairy products delivered to the door and thereby minimise the risk of infection.

A German resident of the Saalfeld-Rudolstadt district can pick up the phone and call the ordering hotline. The order form and product lists can be downloaded online. The minimum order value is €10 and the products must be paid by invoice or by BACS payments.

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