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Food Lion To-Go

Last updated on June 24th, 2019 at 04:58 pm

Salisbury, North Carolina-based Food Lion is launching its Food Lion To-Go grocery pickup service at multiple area locations on Monday, June 24. For a full list of participating stores, click here.

A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at each location at 8:45 a.m. To help introduce customers to this new service, Food Lion is offering shoppers their first pickup for free. Customers can order and pick up their groceries in as little as an hour.

“We are so excited to bring this convenient service to more stores in the Food Lion footprint and enable customers to spend more time on what matters most to them,” said Deborah Sabo, SVP of marketing at Food Lion. “With the Food Lion To-Go service, our associates become personal shoppers and are able to hand pick the freshest produce and best cuts of meat, just as they would for their own family. We look forward to continuing to nourish our neighbors with this new convenient service.”

Customers can visit shop.foodlion.com and select the closest participating store based on their zip code. Next, they may add items to a virtual cart. Once they are done filling their cart, customers can check out and pick a day and hour window they want to pick the groceries up in and proceed to check out. A trained Food Lion associate will prepare the order at the store for the customer’s designated pickup timeframe. Upon arrival, To-Go shoppers may park in the designated parking area, where a dedicated Food Lion associate will deliver their order directly to their car. Food Lion To-Go is available seven days a week, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.

Food Lion operates more than 1,000 stores in 10 Southeastern and Mid-Atlantic states and employs more than 63,000 associates.

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Lorrie began covering the supermarket and foodservice industries at Shelby Publishing in 1988, an English major fresh out of the University of Georgia. She began as an editorial assistant/proofreader (and continues to proofread everything, everywhere, in spite of herself). She spent three-plus decades with Shelby in various editorial roles, and after a detour into business development, rejoined Shelby in June 2024. "It's good to be back covering the greatest industry in the world," she says.

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