Indianapolis-based ClusterTruck is expanding its platform to help address what it calls an urgent need as people stay at home. The company, which uses a software platform to operate delivery-only kitchens, says it is now offering grocery delivery through its Carmel facility.
The Carmel location will also serve as a micro-fulfillment center for the company’s ClusterPack service. The service, ClusterTruck says, will provide essential grocery bundles that can be delivered curbside within 30 minutes.
The company says customers will be able to shop from a list of six grocery bundles which include pre-selected items such as protein, bread, milk, fresh produce, and toilet paper, among others.
“This service was born out of more than have been disrupted,” said Chris Baggott, co-founder of ClusterTruck. “As people continue to follow social distancing guidelines and avoid public places, grocery delivery services are overwhelmed and struggling to meet customer demand. We wanted to find ways to become an even stronger community partner, so we took our existing software and operations to respond and meet our customers where they need us most.”
The company says delivery is available for any physical address within Carmel’s dedicated delivery zone.
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