SuperValu to roll out drive-thru grocery pick-up service at stores
Owner Musgrave plans to build special booths that mimic those used by fast-food chains to offer customers more contactless options
Musgrave, the supermarket group, is planning to roll out a drive-thru-style grocery service at SuperValu stores.
A select 135 SuperValu supermarkets already provide a click-and-collect service, which allows customers to book a time to pick up their online grocery order. Customers can park in designated bays and their groceries are put in their car by a staff member.
As part of a move to ramp up that service, Musgrave is planning to build special drive-thru booths...
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