Food Lion adds expanded pick-up service to Nags Head location
Food Lion has announced that the availability of its pickup grocery service, Food Lion To Go, has been added to the store located at 2515 S. Croatan Hwy. in Nags Head as of Monday, May 10.
Customers can use Food Lion’s To Go website or the Food Lion To Go app to confirm availability and place orders.
“Expanding this convenient service to more Nags Head stores is more important than ever,” said Rick Chance, northern Nags Head store manager at Food Lion. “We’re excited to give Nags Head neighbors the option to shop through the channel they prefer, in-store or online, while still ensuring they have access to the freshest groceries at affordable prices.”
The company continues to expand this new service across its local towns and cities, highlighting its commitment to making grocery shopping easy, fresh and affordable.
With the click of a button, Food Lion To Go allows customers to experience the same prices and fresh food items without having to enter a store. The convenient service allows customers to place an order and pick up their groceries on the same day.
Additionally, by linking their personal Food Lion MVP savings loyalty card to their account, Food Lion customers can use digital coupons and redeem their “Shop & Earn” MVP rewards program savings. Customers can also see their accumulated Shop & Earn rewards on their checkout screen and view which clipped digital coupons will be applied to their order, in addition to their MVP discounts, in-store promotions and weekly savings specials.
Visit shop.foodlion.com or open the Food Lion To Go app to use this service. Food Lion To Go is available seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Food Lion, based in Salisbury since 1957, has 1,100 stores in 10 southeastern and mid-Atlantic states and employs more than 82,000 associates. Through Food Lion Feeds, the company has donated more than 750 million meals to individuals and families since 2014 and has committed to donate 1.5 billion meals by 2025.
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