Who We Are?
Afflux Deli is an online marketplace where customers are able to purchase young and exciting food and drink brands. Afflux aims to champion innovative, up-and-coming products, introducing customers to forward-thinking brands that aim to sculpt the food and drink market of tomorrow.
Founded in 2017 by Joseph Quinn - Afflux Deli offers brands an alternate route to market and an ever-important online presence.
Afflux offers brands an alternate route to mass market - matching curious buyers with forward thinking suppliers.
Afflux has won numerous awards and posted some pretty impressive figures. Amassing over 100,000 orders in less than 2 years!
They say the customer is always right..well why can't both be right. We promise to support and help all our brands grow - whilst offering our customers the most exciting products out there.
At Afflux we understand the importance of being a responsible retailer. That's why all our deliveries are carbon neutral and our warehouses are powered by solar energy.
MEET THE GANG!
FOUNDER & CEO
Has a mini sausage dog called Snoopy. Dreams of launching his own Halloumi company.
Helps keep our website looking rad and "in vogue".
Once dropped the company's most cherished cactus whilst moving offices. Never forgotten.
The captain of the ship - looks after all of the amazing brands we stock.
Has a questionable obsession with packaging trends. The mastermind behind our fulfilment centre.
WHY & WHEN?
"At Afflux, we look ahead to tomorrow and are firm supporters of a sustainable future. All our warehouses run off solar energy and our deliveries are carbon neutral. Late 2018 we announced that we would be a 100% meat-free-company. We no longer stock any meat products or serve meat at any Afflux branded events. These simple changes will help us save 12.3 million pounds of carbon dioxide emissions, 850 million gallons of water and more than 650,000 animals. We know it's a decision that not all our customers will be able to get behind... however, we firmly believe it's the correct one, and hope that others may gradually begin to follow suit".