Save-On-Foods expands online shopping offering in North Okanagan

Vernon Save-On shoppers can now order groceries online for pick-up or delivery

UPDATE:

Save-On-Foods is expanding its online shopping pickup and delivery service to cities in B.C.’s Interior and Okanagan, giving customers the option of the increasingly popular, convenience-based service.

The Vernon stores, which includes Save-On Foods Village Green and Save-On Foods Polson, located on 27th Street, and Highway 6, respectively, will offer the choice of pickup or home delivery.

Pick-up service will be available starting Nov.17 and home delivery will be available in Vernon starting Dec.1.

Customers can order groceries online at saveonfoods.com or on the Save-On-Foods app, and choose a time slot for home delivery or pickup. Personal shoppers pick the groceries, and even load the groceries into the customer’s car at designated online shopping pickup parking stalls.

Pickup is free, and the first home delivery is free as well. Delivery charges start at $7.95.

Morning Star Staff

newstips@vernonmorningstar.com

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