Milk For The Office
Office Milk Delivery
Every workplace needs fresh milk – so we provide a regular office milk delivery service, in partnership with a local dairy.
We make arranging your company’s milk delivery incredibly convenient and cost effective, and we can provide all types of milk as well as other related products, including bread and butter.
Our milk delivery service
If you find that stocking milk and other essentials for the office kitchen causes a headache or distraction from daily business, let us take care of it for you.
Our office milk delivery service is wonderfully flexible – there’s no contract, a low minimum order level, and it’s easy to cancel or suspend deliveries. You can even choose whether you order your milk in pints or litres!
Officedrop’s monthly invoicing is designed to make your life easier as well: if your company has multiple locations, we will arrange separate or consolidated invoices, as you prefer.
- Maximum price: 55p/pint for regular skimmed, semi-skimmed and whole milk.
- Minimum order: 10 pints/6 litres per week (order in pints or litres).
- Soya, almond, lactose free and organic milk also available: view our range of organic & speciality milks
- Add other goods to your milk order, such as bread, butter, cheese and cream.
- No contract: cancel or suspend deliveries with just 48 hours notice.
Ordering your office milk delivery
Ordering regular, weekly or daily milk deliveries for your office is quick and easy. Just fill in our simple enquiry form or call us on 0333 358 3310 to obtain indicative pricing or ask any other questions
Once we understand your individual order requirements, we’ll quickly confirm pricing.
More about milk
Whether you just like a dash of milk in a hot drink, or regularly glug down a glass or two during the working day, it’s good to know that it’s a major source of dietary energy, high-quality protein and fat.
In fact, milk can make a significant contribution to your dietary needs, meeting the required intakes of various nutrients including calcium, magnesium, selenium, riboflavin and vitamin B12. It’s well known that calcium is vital for healthy bones and teeth, and it can also be beneficial in reducing cardiovascular disease and the chances of stroke.