A ghost kitchen is not as scary as it may sound. It is simply a restaurant with no dining area.
Kroger is everyone’s go-to place for grocery shopping. Why wouldn’t it be? You can get everything under one roof! The mighty store has decided to expand it’s business and has now joined the ghost kitchen line.
Kroger has officially partnered up with ClusterTruck ( a preexisting delivery only startup) to launch this startling initiative. According to the agreement between the two parties, Kroger will provide room for the preparation of food for takeout or delivery. ClusterTruck will utilize the area to fulfill their orders.
The company will be opening two ghost kitchens in Ohio and Indiana. Kroger is transforming an area of approximately 1200 square feet in the two existing stores to make space for the ghost/dark kitchen. The menu consists of 80 meals for the customers to choose from. So, the options are limitless. The meals are designed cautiously keeping in mind every individual’s requirements. You will find salads, desserts, or even fast-food options such as fries, pizzas, burgers, and beverages. Sounds exciting, doesn’t it? All orders will be delivered within 7 minutes of being cooked and not later than 30 minutes before the order has been placed. Nothing sounds better than a freshly prepared meal to devour. The kitchen will provide home delivery at your fingertips. All you need to do is visit Kroger’s website and order your desired items. Moreover, you can also take away your food from this latest sensation.
Although Kroger and ClusterTruck had been planning the establishment of a ghost kitchen long before the COVID’19 calamity struck the world, this predicament only augments the dire need for the dark kitchen facility to commence. It is safer to stay home and avoid the hassle of contracting the virus. You can easily savor your favorite meals at the comfort of your couch while maintaining your health through this new ghost kitchen. Fortunately, Kroger realizes it is a difficult time for everyone. Therefore, they will not be charging any delivery or service fee during the pandemic.
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