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Food Lion Expands To Go Services At 24 Additional Stores

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Salisbury, North Carolina-based Food Lion has expanded its Food Lion To Go grocery pick up service to 24 more stores in North Carolina and Kentucky. The grocer is offering shoppers the first pickup for free.

Customers can confirm availability and place orders through the Food Lion To Go website or the Food Lion To Go app. Shoppers can also pick up the grocery order on the same day .

“Our customers have embraced the convenience of Food Lion To Go so we’re excited to expand this easier experience to even more customers so they can spend more time on what matters most to them,” said Evan Harding, director of digital and e-commerce.

“We want to give our customers the option to shop through the channel they prefer, in-store or online, while still ensuring they have access to the freshest groceries at affordable prices.”

With the addition of these 24 stores, the “To Go” program is available at more than 600 stores across its 10-state footprint. Where allowed by law, customers 21 and older can also purchase beer and wine through the program.

Additionally, by linking their MVP savings loyalty card, customers can use digital coupons and redeem their “Shop & Earn” MVP rewards program savings. Customers can also see their accumulated Shop & Earn rewards on their checkout screen and view which clipped digital coupons will be applied to their order. This is in addition to their MVP discounts, in-store promotions and weekly savings specials.

Food Lion is an omnichannel retailer with more than 82,000 employees across 1,100 stores in 10 Southeastern and Mid-Atlantic states. Through Food Lion Feeds, the retailer has donated more than 970 million meals to individuals and families since 2014 and has committed to donate 1.5 billion meals by 2025. It is a company of Ahold Delhaize USA, the U.S. division of Zaandam-based Ahold Delhaize.

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