March 2021 Newsletter

Published on: January 25, 2021

What’s Happening at London Dairies?

Why the new website?

Well, we wanted to refresh our old website, and also wanted to incorporate our Home Delivery offer which we began during the first lockdown. We also wanted to include a Blog, so we can let all our customers know what is happening each month, introduce our team to you, and let you know about special offers and new products

So, without further ado, let’s get cracking!


In our blogs we will feature members of our team, and we can only begin by introducing you to Simon and Maxine O’Mahoney, owners and Directors of London Dairies. Born and bred in London, they are the driving force of the company, from a small start over 25 years ago, with one van and a handful of customers. Over the intervening years, London Dairies has grown and diversified, from selling milk and cream to providing top chefs with key ingredients. Both Maxine and Simon are still very much involved in the day to day running of the business, Simon will usually be found in the warehouse at night, directing the team, preparing orders and playing practical jokes on unsuspecting staff! Maxine will be found in the office, dealing with accounts and administration and answering the phone, her cheerful voice chatting with customers while taking orders for the next day.

March is a busy month, so don’t forget these special days!

International Women’s Day – March 8th

Mothering Sunday – March 14th

St. Patricks Day – March 17th

World Flour Day – March 20th, get those baking tins ready!

World Waffle Day – March 25th

World Whisky Day- March 27th

Did you know………….?

It takes a cow between 50 and 70 hours to turn grass into milk, and on average, a cow produces 39 pints of milk a day. 5 billion litres of milk is sold for drinking each year – that’s enough to fill 2000 Olympic swimming pools or if we were to drink a glass of milk a day for 54 million years!!


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