Kroger launches new restaurant supply service exclusively in Dallas

Kroger’s Dallas division is adding a new service to help restaurants that have faced pandemic-induced supply chain issues.

According to a press release, the grocer is launching Kroger Restaurant Supplyexclusively in Greater Dallas, making it easier for local restaurants to keep menu items in stock.

Keith Shoemaker, president of Kroger Dallas Division, calls it an extension of what they already do for regular shoppers.

“Like our resident shoppers, we know our commercial customers want options and solutions that deliver fresh food, consistent pricing and reliability,” Shoemaker said. “When our DFW restaurants think of food, we want them to think of Kroger. We look forward to delivering this new offering and expanding our global grocery ecosystem.”

Kroger Restaurant Supply can offer an alternative to bulk orders that have widely varying prices and require deliveries on a set schedule. They offer:

  • wholesale price
  • possibility to buy items by the box or individually
  • delivery seven days a week

The service can bring products directly to regional businesses, with free next-day delivery on orders of $250 or more. Businesses can order before midnight and receive next day deliveries seven days a week.

Corey Mobley, executive director of the Texas Restaurant Association’s North Texas Region, says the new service can be especially helpful for small operators.

“Supply chain bottlenecks affect almost every restaurant across the country – this opportunity comes at a perfect time for small independent restaurants,” Mobley said.

Information on how to order can be found at Businesses must submit an EIN and Texas State Tax ID.

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