Taking on the guise of a grocer, Sysco Canada recently revealed a new program Sysco@HOME, which introduces a convenient grocery solution for consumers looking to purchase restaurant-quality items from their homes.
"With Sysco@HOME, consumers can purchase high-quality grocery items—providing both a convenient source for grocery staples that may currently be hard to find and a great opportunity to elevate your at-home food experience. As a part of our Foodies Unite initiative, Sysco Canada will also donate 15 meals for every Sysco@HOME grocery order to hunger relief organizations through May 4, 2020," said Randy White, President of Sysco Canada.
Sysco@HOME allows shoppers to #shoplikeafoodie. Pantry staples, custom-cut meats, poultry, and more can be browsed with a few clicks of the mouse—or presses of the thumb. The orders will then be delivered right to shoppers’ car trunks after they’ve selected their delivery times.
The service, a press release noted, is one way Sysco is ensuring that it continues to meet the demand for groceries—as retail grocery shopping has increased 38 percent.
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