Metro Detroit food distributor allowing the public to buy groceries online
(WXYZ) – Atlas Foods, a Detroit subway retailer that supplies restaurants and casinos, is now allowing the public to purchase groceries during the COVID-19 outbreak.
You can order bulk groceries online by clicking here and then selecting your pickup window and date. There is a minimum order of $ 100.
The Atlas Truck will be parked in the parking lot with your order. In order to maintain social distance, it is loaded into your car when you pull away. Starting March 25th, they will process orders for the week of March 30th through March 3rd.
The Atlas Truck will be parked in the parking lot with your order. When you are in the parking lot with your confirmation, we will load your order into your car to maintain the social distance. It is important to provide safer ways to source food for people at risk and keep them away from busy shops.
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