In an effort to make grocery pick-up more streamlined, Lowes Foods recently teamed up with retail automation company Bell and Howell to provide grocery pickup services at office buildings. This comes as individuals being returning to the office, making the food pickup process more efficient. Thus far, the new initiative is only available in North and South Carolina.
“In today’s contactless delivery world of ease and convenience, this partnership provides consumers with more pickup and delivery options for their grocery shopping experience,” said Joe Zuech, Vice President of Grocery Pickup for QuickCollect Solutions. “Our QuickCollect GL lockers are already being used for automated order pickup of fresh food order by grocers, retailers, food banks, and farmers markets across North America” he added.
Customers will be alerted when their order is ready via text or email.
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