Meijer expanding curbside pick-up service
US retailer Meijer has announced that it is rolling out its Meijer Curbside service to more locations. The service allows customers to shop online and pick up their groceries curbside without leaving their vehicles.
In a statement issued on Friday (23 June), Meijer said that it has introduced the service to another four Detroit area stores in recent weeks and it will continuing the expansion over the next few months.
“By year end, Meijer Curbside will be offered at 33 stores in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio and Illinois, including multiple locations in Lansing, Indianapolis, and Fort Wayne,” the retailer added.
“The Meijer Curbside program enlists 15 specially-trained team members at each store to hand select every item in a customer’s order, choose best available produce and meats, and shop according to special instructions and personal preferences. Orders are shopped prior to pick-up and dedicated refrigerators and freezers are used to keep grocery items fresh.”
Customers can select a preferred pick-up time between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m. and schedule a pickup in about three hours. Orders can be placed up to five days in advance.