Ice cream business donates proceeds to the NHS

Written by NCGM
April 22, 2020

Support our NHS heroes by ordering delicious Oppo Ice Cream, delivered to your door with all proceeds donated to charity.

New Covent Garden Market based Oppo has just launched its new service OppoDelivered - ice cream delivery direct to your door - with all proceeds from the venture donated directly to NHS charities together, a membership organisation representing, supporting and championing NHS Charities. You can order here:

For each order placed over the next month you’ll receive a free tub of ice cream to give to your neighbour. Minimum order is three tubs, with free delivery on all orders over £25.

Oppo will also deliver ice cream to NHS hospital teams across the capital as a thank you for all their hard work.

Oppo Food Exchange 10 Blog

Oppo has gone from strength to strength since brothers Harry and Charlie Thuillier - pictured above - launched the business back in 2014 to create indulgent ice cream flavours at up to 60% fewer calories and sugar than regular ice cream. Based at New Covent Garden Market’s Food Exchange, their delicious products are proof that you don’t need to compromise on taste to be healthy.

You can find out more about the charity here: https://www.nhscharitiestogeth...


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