Grocery Retailer Hy-Vee Adds Digital Ordering of Curbside Meals

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Grocery Retailer Hy-Vee Adds Digital Ordering of Curbside Meals

04/13/2020

Grocery chain Hy-Vee has added the option for customers to order curbside meals-to-go online.

Through Hy-Vee’s Mealtime To Go offerings, shoppers can order hot, prepared foods along with take-and-bake meals, all available for free pickup in as little as 30 minutes or for a future pickup time.

The service is available now at more than 200 locations companywide through hy-vee.com/mealtime or via Hy-Vee’s Aisles Online mobile app. Customers will call a designated phone number provided in a confirmation email once they arrive at their store location for pickup. Employees will deliver food orders directly to customers’ vehicles.

Options vary by store. Meals will include selections from Asian, Hickory House, sandwiches, breakfast, sushi and take-and-bake items. Several meals will come with one side option included. Customers may also choose to add on additional food items to their orders.

Earlier this month Over the upcoming days, all Hy-Vee stores will install additional temporary window panels on the back side of checkouts to help provide an additional layer of protection for both cashiers and customers. The panels are in addition to the panels already positioned on the front side of checkouts.

This weekend, Hy-Vee is also placing new, one-way directional signage in its aisles that will be installed in all stores. The signage will direct customers to utilize aisles in a way that prevents them from passing each other, in an effort to maintain six feet of social distancing throughout the store.

Earlier this month, Hy-Vee stores also installed additional temporary window panels on the backside of checkouts to help provide an additional layer of protection for both cashiers and customers. The panels are in addition to the panels already positioned on the frontside of checkouts. Hy-Vee also placed new, one-way directional signage in its aisles to direct customers to utilize aisles in a way that prevents them from passing each other, in an effort to maintain six feet of social distancing throughout the store.

“We continue to implement additional ways to adapt at Hy-Vee, so that we can serve our customers and protect the health and wellness of those who work and shop in our stores,” said Randy Edeker, Hy-Vee’s chairman, CEO and president.

“We continue to implement additional ways to adapt at Hy-Vee, so that we can serve our customers and protect the health and wellness of those who work and shop in our stores,” said Randy Edeker, Hy-Vee’s chairman, CEO and president.

Supermarket chain Hy-Vee is an employee-owned corporation operating more than 265 retail stores across eight Midwestern states.