Aggiornamento del servizio Coronavirus
- Le Cure Dolci non hanno esaurito le scorte e non si aspettano di farlo per il prossimo futuro.
- Sweet Cures promette ancora la spedizione nello stesso giorno per tutti gli ordini ricevuti prima delle 17:20 dal lunedì al venerdì.
- Le consegne di Royal Mail 1a classe stanno ancora arrivando il giorno lavorativo successivo nella maggior parte delle aree. Le aree ad alta richiesta possono subire ritardi da 1 a 2 giorni.
- Royal Mail Special Delivery Garantito entro le 9.00 del giorno lavorativo successivo, verrà modificato entro le 12:00 il giorno lavorativo successivo.
- Consegna speciale Royal Mail Garantita entro le ore 13:00 del giorno lavorativo successivo, entro le ore 21:00 del giorno lavorativo successivo.
- Sweet Cures opera con personale limitato per aiutare a fermare la diffusione del virus.
- Tutto il personale è pienamente informato e conforme alle attuali linee guida del governo.
- Il servizio di Sweet Cures continuerà con le consuete ore di trading dalle 8:30 - 18:00 fino a nuovo avviso.
Sweet Cures and Safety
The safety of our customers and staff is paramount and, with the current outbreak of Coronavirus, we have taken additional steps to ensure the safety of both staff and customers.
We are operating staggered shift patterns to ensure social distancing guidance is strictly adhered to. This may mean that there isn't always someone available to answer the phone, or instantly answer an email enquiry, so we would ask you to please make allowances and rest assured that if an answerphone message or email is received, we will get back to you as soon as we possibly can.
All staff are fully informed and compliant with the current guidance from the government. Protective gloves and masks are used throughout the day at all times.
Access to our offices and warehouses is strictly limited to only Sweet Cures trained and trusted staff, and all third-party delivery services are required to leave deliveries in a dedicated holding area.
We trust that we can continue to supply the hospital pharmacies, high street pharmacies and clinics who depend on us, along with our online customers who rely equally heavily on the products we manufacture.
For now until further advice is given Sweet Cures service will continue with the usual trading hours of 8:30am to 6:00pm. We will inform you of any change.
During this incredibly difficult time, we can only wish you the very best and promise we'll do everything in our power to remain open and support you when you need us most.If you have any questions about this or any of our products, please don't hesitate to get in touch by email or phone.
Delivery Service Status
For parcels destined within the United Kingdom:
Royal Mail 24: Most orders still received next working day. Some areas are experiencing higher demand with delays of around 1 - 2 days.
Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed by 9.00am the next working day will change to by 12.00pm the next working day.
Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed by 1.00pm the next working day will change to by 9.00pm the next working day.
Parcel Force: Normal Service.
For parcels destined outside the United Kingdom:
Royal Mail Standard Delivery (Europe): Delays possible, up to 3 - 5 working days in the worst affected areas (Italy, France & Spain). Consider using Tracked Delivery and allow additional time for your delivery to arrive.
Royal Mail Tracked and Signed (Europe): Delays possible, up to 3 - 5 working days in the worst affected areas (Italy, France & Spain). Service now operating with contactless deliveries. Courier signs mail on behalf of the customer.
DHL: Normal Service.
Please wash hands after receiving and handling products. Discard any additional un-required packaging.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will Sweet Cures run out of stock?
We carry large quantities of the raw materials which go into making our unique products. Despite some countries going on lock down and other restrictions being in place, we expect to continue operating normally for the foreseeable future.
Will Sweet Cures have to close in the future?
No, unless the government forces the closure of businesses, which currently looks unlikely. If a forced lock down occurs and a similar model is followed to other locked down countries, many manufacturers like Sweet Cures, may be permitted to continue operating.