Farm Stores has its eye on two counties in New Jersey for two new Farm Stores locations.
Miami-based drive-through convenience retailer, Farm Stores, has announced that it is working to bring a drive-through grocery service to New Jersey.
According to a recent report from nj.com, Farm Stores is currently developing plans to open two drive-through convenience stores in the state, with one in Union County, N.J. and another in Somerset County, N.J., within the next six months. Additionally, over the next 10 years, the company hopes to open 100 new locations throughout New Jersey.
Farm Stores currently only operated in Florida, where the chain has 70 stores, but company executives have identified growth opportunities in the New Jersey market, according to nj.com. The brand expects that customers in New Jersey will welcome the opportunity to have groceries delivered straight to their cars, as it will allow customers to avoid braving the elements during the harsh winter months.
Customers at the Farm Stores drive-through can have name-brand grocery items, take-home meals and household goods delivered straight to their cars. Farm Stores also offers fresh produce and dairy, and its own in-house brand, nj.com reported.
In order to make its drive-through service even more convenient, especially for the time-pressed consumer, Farm Stores is working to develope a mobile app to grant customers the ability to preorder goods and choose a pick up time.