New food delivery service offering fresh produce is being launched.
The fruit and vegetable wholesaler which usually supplies hospitality businesses is extending its service to members of the public.
Wins come ahead of major development as it announces its relocation to new purpose-built premises.
Limits are imposed on the number of products and an appeal is made for emergency food donations.
'We want to make shopping easier for these valued customers during this very challenging situation,' says boss.
Lynn customer said Hardwick store was practically stripped of all food last night.
Feedback is invited on what more can be done to help businesses affected by coronavirus
The business with restaurants in Downham and Ely will be donating food stock to charities and staff.
Nine members of staff at the shop will all keep their jobs.
The shop would offer freshly prepared restaurant favourites, dry goods essentials, fresh produce, beer and wine.
"This pub has been here 800 years and we intend that it should run for a further 800," says landlady.
The tea room will close, regular meetings are cancelled and Easter events are postponed.
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As well as traditional breads and savouries, it will serve speciality desserts such New York style pudding pots.
Nwes programme gave advice on how she should get started with her new business Viva Vintage.
She shares techniques with parents aimed at alleviating stress and anxiety.
The owners urge people to support local independent businesses with a 'use it, or lose it' message.
New product launches are taking place and opportunities being explored to export to more countries.
Speakers included Britain's first female firefighter and a life coach who spoke about mindfulness.
Open daily, it will have a Sunday cavery and on Thursdays will offer a meal deal for pensioners.