From the beginning of this crisis, Town&Style has strived to be a source of good news, helpful information and positivity. Below is a list of grocery delivery services and store news. Together we are stronger.
PLEASE NOTE: COVID-19 information is constantly evolving, so please check an organization’s website for the absolute latest information.
Revel Kitchen has partnered with Schnucks Markets to offer an array of our top-selling items in their ready to eat grab-and-go section starting April 15. We will be offering nine different products: wraps, salads, bowls, cold-pressed juice pouches, sauces and our protein-based Birdie Balls.
Crispy Edge, a unique St. Louis-based gourmet potsticker company and restaurant, is excited to also announce a new partnership with Schnucks. Its buffalo chicken, traditional pork, vegan lemongrass chicken, cheeseburger and chorizo date frozen potstickers will be available at 50 Schnucks stores throughout the St. Louis region. To celebrate the partnership, Crispy Edge will donate a portion of proceeds from all bags purchased at the grocery store in April to Lunches for Clinicians STL, a donation-based organization that delivers meals from local restaurants to area health care workers. Jesse Stuart, partner and director of operations for Crispy Edge, is a co-founder of the organization.
Panera has begun selling some of its grocery items like produce, milk, cream cheese and yogurt to the public. Select products online and have them delivered with a prepared food order, or pick them up curbside at St. Louis Bread Co. locations. Visit panerabread.com for more information.
Seoul Taco: All local locations have expanded their offerings to include grocery items and meal kits. Pantry staples like tortillas, dairy products and eggs are available for pick-up or delivery. Options also include marinated meats and Asian specialty items like sauces and spices. The meal kits, which serve up to 4 people, are available with your choice of protein to create gogi bowls, burritos and tacos.
Ole Tyme Produce: The company, which usually supplies restaurants, is offering family-sized ordering to the public.
Reserved Hours for 60+ and At-Risk Shoppers:
Fields Foods (Lafayette Square): 7 a.m. to 8 a.m.
Dierbergs: 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Schnucks: 6 a.m. to 7 a.m.
Target: 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Trader Joe’s: 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Walgreens: Tuesdays, 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Whole Foods: 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Guide: GroceriesMarch 25th, 2020