Here you'll find out the latest news from Oakhouse Foods. If we have improved our product recipes, introduced exciting new products or have some news to share from our branches across the UK then this is where we'll share it with you.

  1. What Chinese Zodiac Animal Are YOU?

    Some of you may or may not know that in the Chinese calendar if you are born in a certain year you are believed to have the characteristics of the animal in that year - similar to the star sign horoscopes. Find out your animal...
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  2. The New and Improved Shopping Categories

    The way people are shopping is changing, and with that in mind we must strive to keep up with your expectations. Thanks to our wonderful customer feedback we have made some changes to our website! Don't worry though, we have been working hard to keep it as user friendly and efficient as possible. No longer will you struggle to find meals that you fancy thanks to our new and improved shopping categories.
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  3. Keep warm, keep well.

    With Christmas becoming a distant memory, the fridge is less and less full of leftovers you may feel that the worst of winter is over and spring is on it's way. Whilst that indeed may be the case, January to March can be some of the coldest months Britain endures, looking back at our track history of The Beast from the East, things aren't looking too promising. Keeping warm and well fed in winter is incredibly important; the cold makes us tired and lethargic, less energised to get up and move about, let alone work away in the kitchen. This leads to malnourishment and other cold related ailments; a saddening number of people died due to avoidable causes
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  4. We are delighted to announce that Oakhouse Foods is supporting Age UK to help older people Age UK is an amazing charity who are there for older people when they need someone one to turn to. Here at Oakhouse Foods, we’re not only committed to providing high quality meals, but also a fantastic service. Our drivers often play an important role in their customers' lives, whether it’s just seeing a friendly face once a week or stopping for a cuppa and a chat, they can really make a difference.
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  5. Oakhouse backs the Manchester ‘Fill the Foodbanks’ plea

      The Greater Manchester branch of Oakhouse Foods is backing Manchester’s ‘HITS Radio’ plea to fill up Manchester’s food banks. One in three children in Manchester lives in poverty, that’s 75,000 school children who don’t have enough food to eat. During the summer holidays, the food banks are under enormous pressure due to the number of children that lose the all important daily school meal. Matthew Brennand, Branch Manager of Oakhouse Greater Manchester, loaded up his delivery vans and headed down to the radio station to donate £250 of goods, which was greatly appreciated by the team at HITS Radio.
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  6. What fuels our drivers? See their favourite dishes

    Our drivers are always there when you need them. Whether that’s to pop in for a chat. To unpack your shopping and arrange groceries in your cupboards. Or to simply deliver delicious frozen meals straight to your door. And as you can imagine, all of this is hungry work. Our drivers love trying our meals just as much as they love delivering them to you. After all – they want to make sure what you’re getting is as tasty as it should be! Anyone who’s ordered from Oakhouse knows how valuable our drivers are. They’re the heart and soul of the company, and consistently go above and beyond to ensure each customer is happy. And their passion for great service is only rivalled by their love of great food.
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  7. Going the Extra Mile

    Our drivers are the face of Oakhouse Foods. They’re a key part of your experience when you order from us, and do so much more than deliver meals to your door. If your driver has stayed to chat, helped unpack or even come to the rescue, we want to hear about it. We’re launching our Extra Mile Award 2018, where we recognise exceptional Oakhouse drivers. For this annual award, we’re asking you to nominate one of our lovely drivers who has gone above and beyond for you. There are three ways you can nominate someone. Simply click here to fill in the short form. Or if you’d like to do it later, we’ll be promoting the Extra Mile Award throughout August – so just look out for details in our upcoming emails. Alternatively, you can find a slip on the back of your delivery note which you can fill out and post back to us.
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  8. Groceries: make light work of your weekly shop

    We all want to feel healthy and happy in our own home. Which is where having enough of the more everyday groceries we use for cooking, cleaning and washing, helps keep life ticking over smoothly. From planning menus to enjoying a relaxing bath every evening – there’s plenty to think about when it comes to what you buy, how much and when. And if you don’t want to lug heavy bags back from the supermarket, Oakhouse can help. We’ll ensure  your freezer is always stocked up with delicious meals and desserts, and take care of the grocery side of things too.
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  9. And the winners are...

    Your reviews for this season’s new dishes are in and we’ve picked the winning names out of a hat for our season launch prize draw. We've received some fantastic feedback from lots of you enjoying our new recipes for this season. Congratulations to our 5 lucky winners Gary, Helen, Diane, Mrs B and MJ! We'll be in touch with you shortly to arrange your vouchers worth £25 to spend on our range. If you haven't tried any of our new dishes yet you can browse this season's range here. Continue reading to find out what people are saying about the new recipes...
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  10. Delivering great food, whatever the weather

    Our dedicated drivers have been battling the unseasonable weather conditions all over the country to get your Oakhouse meals and desserts out to you this week.  We’ve seen heavy snow in lots of places, from Croydon to East Anglia, and drivers like Rob from our North West branch have been facing motorways at a standstill and difficult driving conditions. Despite the disruption, our drivers are working hard to get to everyone and to make sure that most of our deliveries are made as close to our usual times as possible. If we’re running behind with deliveries we’ll do our best to keep everyone informed about what is happening. If you’d like some more information about deliveries in your area, you can find and contact your local branch here. 
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