Free delivery on orders over £50* Choose 2hr delivery slot at checkout, Monday to Friday 6am - 8pm.
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FAQs


what we do?

Fresh, sustainable and always delicious meals delivered to your desk or door. All our meals are handmade by our cooks in small batches, just as you would as home. We only using the finest seasonal ingredients from local suppliers and offer breakfast, lunch and dinner - on a regular or ad hoc basis - for both large and small groups. 

how to order?

Orders can be placed via our website, mobile app or phone 020 7498 5759. To order online you need to create an account (this takes 30 seconds). Orders can be placed anytime from up to 3 weeks in advance to same day. If you miss the cut off for your preferred same day delivery slot please call 0207 498 5759 or email order@potage.co.uk to find out if we can help sort you an earlier delivery time. 

how to pay?

All orders must be paid for by card, online or over the phone. If you're ordering regularly and would like to be invoiced monthly please email contact@potage.co.uk or call 0207 498 5759.

how it arrives?

All our meals are delivered chilled. The salads are best eaten same day or kept in a fridge below 5°c and eaten within 2-3 days. Our hot pots can be stored in a fridge below 5°c for 3-4 days or frozen on day of purchase and used within 1 month.

delivered to your door

We offer free delivery on orders over £50, however this may vary depending on your postcode. Please check your local t&c's by entering your postcode on our homepage. We deliver Monday to Friday 6am to 8pm, choose a 2 hour delivery slot at checkout. If you require your order to be delivered at a specific time this will incur an additional charge of £15 for delivery. For any last minute requests or weekend orders please call 020 7498 5759.

the finest ingredients

We work closely with local suppliers who deliver to our kitchen daily to make sure we are always using the freshest, seasonal ingredients. Our meat is from HG Walter an independent, family run butcher that source their meat from small, passionate British farmers, who use traditional, free-range farming methods and organic feed. Our fruit, veg and fish are from New Covent Garden Market and wherever possible we try to select seasonal produce from local British farms. 

our packaging

Whatever we do we always work with the environment in mind. All our meals can be delivered in either individual boxes (one per person) or larger sharing boxes (buffet style, one big box for each salad). Our individual salad box and sharing salad box for two people are both made from sugarcane bagasse and the lids from PLA, both are fully compostable. Our larger sharing boxes are made from sustainably sourced board with PLA window and are also fully compostable. All our hot food is delivered in paperboard trays that can go directly into an oven or microwave and are widely recyclable.

get in touch

We’d love to hear from you to discuss how we can best serve your needs. We pride ourselves on providing a personal, friendly and consistently high-quality service. We really value the personal relationships that we have built with our longstanding customers over the years and look forward to introducing you to the full potage experience too.

what is healthy eating

Scientists and health professionals are beginning to understand that the old fashioned criticism of single nutrients as the root of all evil is not the most helpful approach to healthy eating. We don’t tend to eat sugar, salt or fat on its own. We eat a complex diet composed of many different foods, often combined together to make meals. This means instead of arguing over whether we should eat more butter or less sugar, it’s more important to look at our diet as whole, thinking about how that food fits into your overall diet. Not just today, but also over weeks and months. Healthy eating is therefore a balance of quality, quantity and frequency, and each person's diet varies depending on their own activity level, nutritional needs and goals.

a whole lifestyle approach

Modern Western diet trends have today led to us eating more meat and animal products, less fresh fruits and vegetables and more processed convenience foods which is in part responsible for growing rates of chronic diseases such as heart disease, obesity, diabetes, and cancer. At present, a way of eating inspired by the traditional Mediterranean diet is thought by scientists to be one of the healthiest to follow, promoting long life good health. This diet is abundant in whole foods: fruit, vegetables, wholegrains, nuts, legumes, unsaturated oils (e.g. olive or rapeseed oil), with modest intakes of dairy, meat and even alcohol. Whole foods are foods that have been processed and refined as little as possible, before being eaten. They are loaded with everything our bodies need, from carbohydrates, protein, fats, fibre, minerals, vitamins, phytonutrients and many more. In nutrition, diet is the sum of food consumed by a person or other organism. Our dietary habits can help nourish our bodies and manage weight but it’s only one part of the pyramid that makes up a healthy lifestyle; enjoying food with others, being active and getting enough sleep are all important for physical and mental well-being.