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Publix Tests Curbside Grocery Pickup

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Customers who order online will have them delivered to their cars by Publix employees.

WESLEY CHAPEL/VALRICO – Publix has begun testing curbside grocery pickup at two Tampa Bay locations: store #0006, Wesley Chapel, and store #0878, Valrico.

Testing began Thursday (Sept. 28). In addition, Metro-Atlanta stores will begin testing curbside pickup by the end of this year.

Customers will place their orders on publix.com and can choose curbside pickup or delivery at check out. Curbside orders will be shopped and carried to customers’ vehicles by Publix associates.

“We’ve had great success with Publix Delivery powered by Instacart, and the demand for online grocery services has continued to grow. So we’re excited to test Publix Curbside and learn more about how to best meet the evolving needs of our customers,” said Maria Brous, director of media and community relations.

Publix has been aggressively rolling out grocery delivery since July 2016. By the end of this year, Publix Delivery will be available from more than 90 percent of the company’s stores, and we remain committed to making this service available companywide.

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