DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Two more grocery store chains are offering home delivery in North Texas. For the first time today trucks rolled delivering food from Tom Thumb and Albertsons stores.READ MORE: Texas Legislature Could Make COVID-19 Liability Lawsuits Harder To Win
Customers can order groceries online or through the store’s apps. The Tom Thumb service offers one-hour delivery windows and a ‘shop-by-history’ that pulls purchasing information from previously bought items.
Once a customer places an order and selects a delivery time and date, a personal shopper selects the items and loads them into the trucks for delivery.READ MORE: I-Team: 3 Ways To Avoid Becoming Victim Of Savvy, Sophisticated Scams
And these aren’t just any trucks bringing the food to your front door. The new delivery trucks have different temperature zones — for frozen items, refrigerated items and shelf items.
There are nearly 50 Albertsons and 60 Tom Thumb stores serving the North Teas area.MORE NEWS: Suspects In Custody And Hospitalized Following Chase, Shootout In Johnson County
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