Baesler’s Market starts new program that allows customers to pick out groceries from home

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Baesler’s Market has gone digital.

The family owned grocery store is using technology to bring groceries straight to their shoppers with their new “Groceries 2 Go program”.

Shoppers can now order and pay for their groceries from the comfort of their own homes.

You can choose to either have your groceries delivered to you, or come pick them up at your desired time.

“Well we’ve always delivered groceries. Most of our deliveries are to businesses or to catering or older people who can’t get out very easily,” said Marketing Chair Kristine O’hare. “But it’s a program that we wanted to open up to all of our customers.”

All methods of payment including SNAP benefits can be used to purchase groceries either online, or in store.

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