One of Canada's largest restaurant chains, JOEY Restaurants, recently launched a grocery program to help customers access essential items including staple foods and household products. The new items — such as restaurant quality produce, baked goods, pantry items, handsoap, and toilet paper — will now be available to order through the food delivery service DoorDash. Consumers will a 20% discount on food item pick-ups and a 10% discount on all delivery.
JOEY Restaurants also teamed up with the B.C. Girl Guides of Canada to help sell over 800,000 boxes of unsold cookies, as social distancing regulations forced the organization to put door-to-door selling on hold. All of the proceeds will be going directly to the organization.
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JOEY Restaurants is Now Selling Grocery Staples and Home Products
1. Grocery Delivery Services - The rise of restaurant chains offering grocery items through delivery services presents an opportunity for further expansion of the grocery delivery market.
2. Restaurant-guided Meal Kits - Partnering with restaurant chains to offer meal kits can disrupt the meal kit industry by providing customers with high-quality ingredients and recipes from renowned restaurants.
3. Corporate Social Responsibility Collaboration - Collaborations between restaurant chains and charitable organizations can open doors for innovative CSR initiatives that support communities during challenging times.
1. Food Delivery Services - Expanding the range of products offered beyond restaurant meals creates new revenue streams and customer loyalty for food delivery services.
2. Grocery Retail - Working with restaurant chains allows grocery retailers to tap into a new customer base and offer unique products not typically found in typical grocery stores.
3. Charitable Organizations - Partnering with restaurant chains provides opportunities for non-profit organizations to generate revenue and increase brand visibility through mutually beneficial collaborations.