Moo Fresh Delivery Areas

Birmingham City Centre milk deliveries

Do you have an office in the city of Birmingham? Would you like to arrange for a delivery of fresh milk 3 days a week? Would you like the convenience of being able to alter your order up until 10pm the night before? If you would then please register today and support your local dairy. We deliver to over 500 commercial customers in Birmingham and they can relax, safe in the knowledge that their milk will be waiting for them outside their office door when they arrive for work.

Office milk deliveries in Birmingham City|Harborne|Edgbaston|Moseley|Kings Heath|Birmingham Business Park| Elmdon| Marston Green| Coleshill| Hams Hall| Erdington| Sutton Coldfield| Aldridge| Shenstone| Brownhills| Great Barr as well as all surrounding districts

Why get a milk delivery

Benefits of getting milk delivered

Could your milkman help solve ocean pollution crisis?

Campaigners say a return to the tradition of doorstep delivery of milk in glass bottles would benefit the environment.

With the UK’s recycling rate slowing down for the first time in five years, some think the time could be right for a return to the 70s – when it comes to our daily pint at least.

Back then almost 95% of the UK had its milk delivered to the doorstep in glass milk bottles. By 2012 that had dropped to less than 4%.

But the increase in use of plastic materials for packaging is ever increasing. It’s estimated the UK currently buys over 750 million plastic bottles every year.

Dustin Benton, policy director for the Green Alliance, says: “If you reuse glass bottles then the carbon footprint of that is about 60% less than if you use plastic. So there is an obvious carbon benefit and the other thing is that glass bottles, particularly when they’re reused don’t really cause a litter problem, and plastic litter getting into the oceans is one of the world’s big environmental problems.”


Making the perfect frothy coffee

How to Achieve the Perfect Frothy coffee.

What are the best types of milk to froth? (Make cappuccinos)

• Non-fat or skimmed milk provides the largest foam bubbles and is the easiest to froth for beginners. Since there is no fat in the milk, the result is light and airy but the flavour is not as rich as other types of milk.

• Semi skimmed milk will also foam effortlessly as well as add a more creamy taste than non-fat milk.

• Whole milk is more challenging to achieve perfect froth as the fat in the milk weighs down the foam, however this produces the most decadent, rich tasting cappuccino. Practice incorporating the right amount of steam into the milk to produce an authentic micro foam cappuccino.

• Other types of milk such as soy will froth, but will lose the bubbles quickly as the protein structures of these types of milk cannot fully support the milk bubbles.

• Organic and lactose free milk do not froth as well as other types of milk. This has to do with the pasteurisation process of these milks. What are the best types of milk to steam? (Make lattes)

• Skimmed milk, semi skimmed milk, whole milk, organic milk and lactose free milk will provide excellent results for your latte.

• Soy milk, almond milk, rice milk and coconut milk can also be heated for a dairy free latte alternative. What is the optimal temperature for steaming and frothing milk?

• Milk proteins will start to break down and burn around 170°F.

• The ideal temperature for steaming milk on a home espresso machine is between 150°F – 155°F.

• Most cafés serve coffee beverages between 155°F – 165°F. • 160°F is the ideal temperature for a drink that will be taken to-go.

• Always pre-heat your latte and cappuccino cups to ensure the milk maintains proper temperature.

• Different types of milk have different burning points. Soy milk will burn before whole milk will. Practice frothing your favourite milk to find out the best temperature for your taste.

Milk is the white magic

Get your white magic today. Register here

We don’t just deliver milk

Take a look at some of the other products we deliver. As well as milk we also sell, bread, eggs, cream, juice, groceries, compost and many more items all delivered to your home or office.

Try Before You Buy

If you are thinking of getting your milk delivered then why not try before you buy. Give us a call or email us and if you live in our delivery area we will leave you a pint of fresh milk in a returnable glass bottle for you to try. If you enjoy the great taste of milk in glass bottles just give us a call or register on the website to place a regular order.

Free Range Milk

Order your Free Range Pasture Promise Milk today. Better for the cows, better for the farmers and great tasting fresh milk.

Milk Delivery Driver Vacancy in Birmingham

Milk delivery vacancy-Apply Today(Immediate Start)

Milk Delivery Person

We have regular vacancies for  milk delivery drivers working from our depot in Erdington. To be considered for any future vacancies please send us your cv by email to  Experience of a similar role is usually preferred. The job involves delivering milk and other products to homes and businesses in the local area in a Nissan NV200 van.

A full UK driving licence is required with no more than 3 points. A good geographical knowledge of the local area would be an advantage.

Job Description

  • Loading of vehicle
  • Delivering milk and other products as per hand held terminal
  • Delivering weekly invoices
  • Delivering sales literature
  • Unloading vehicle
  • Keeping vehicle clean and tidy

Moo Fresh van Birmingham

These positions are ideal for somebody with previous experience of milk delivery


Start time is 1 am

Finish time is between 8am-9am

40-45 hours per week(delivering only-no collecting)


£400 per week depending on the size of the round