In an effort to help consumers cook at home during the COVID-19 crisis, Moe's Southwest Grill has launched a pseudo-grocery service called Moe's Market.
Like many other chains, Moe's Southwest Grill has been limited to takeout and delivery due to the COVID-19 dining restrictions. To bolster its takeout offerings, the chain has launched Moe's Market, which is similar to a grocery service. Through Moe's Market, customers can purchase proteins and other ingredients a la carte in bulk. Proteins are sold for a one-pound minimum, five-pound maximum, and include options such as ground beef and adobo chicken. As for other ingredients, customers can order Tex-Mex fixings such as Black Beans, Shredded Monterey Jack Cheese, Queso, and Tortilla Chips.
Orders can be placed through the Moe’s app, website, or in-store, and are available for curbside pickup or delivery.
Image Credit: Moe's Southwest Grill.