Kroger announced a partnership with delivery service ClusterTruck that could redefine the concept of meal delivery as we know it. The partnership also coincides with the launch of Kroger Delivery Kitchen, a new service that will join the two companies to offer meal delivery to more customers and markets.
Following the recent launch of ClusterTruck’s newest kitchen in Carmel, Indiana, the Kroger Delivery Kitchen will begin serving customers in Indianapolis, Denver, and right here in Columbus.
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“It’s an exciting time to join forces with Kroger and launch our first suburban kitchen,” said Chris Baggott, ClusterTruck co-founder and CEO. “We’re ready to bring our variety of fresh meals to Kroger’s valued customers and provide the meal delivery experience they deserve.”
Fans of ClusterTruck appreciate the consistency and quality delivered by the meal delivery service, which benefits customers and delivery drivers alike by avoiding delivery or service fees.
“We have been so impressed by the quality of ClusterTruck’s food and the thoughtfulness of their culinary experience and digital design,” said Yael Cosset, Kroger CIO. “Chris and his team have created a more efficient and positive meal delivery experience in the market through a perfect balance of delicious food and visionary software.”
To learn more, Visit ClusterTruck.com and KrogerDeliveryKitchen.com.