Scottish drinks producer pledges alcohol-free pick-me-up for frontline delivery drivers

Non-alcoholic spirits brand Feragaia has launched an initiative to help thank Scotland’s frontline drivers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Feragaia is asking the public to nominate drivers making a difference in the community.Feragaia is asking the public to nominate drivers making a difference in the community.
Feragaia is asking the public to nominate drivers making a difference in the community.

The drinks start-up, which claims to produce Scotland’s first alcohol-free spirit, is asking the public to nominate drivers they know are making a difference in their communities.

Drivers will receive a free Feragaia Care Package, including a 50-centilitre bottle of Feragaia, bottles of Cushiedoos Tonic and a personalised note.

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The business is welcoming nominations via email at [email protected] or direct messages through its Facebook and Instagram accounts.

Founder Jamie Wild said: “The people of Scotland have been so supportive to us during our first six months in business and so we now want to do what we can as a young company to repay that kindness at this unprecedented time.

“Scotland’s communities are surviving thanks to the help of these amazing drivers, who are doing long hours in difficult circumstances with little time to relax and unwind between shifts.

“We hope that providing a little alcohol-free pick me up during these sacred times off the road will go some way to saying thank you for all of their amazing work.”

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