Local restaurants in the Dallas area now have a service that can help keep their popular food items on the menu. The service, Restaurant Supply, allows business owners to streamline their food ordering process for the food service industry. Restaurant Supply offers next-day delivery on wholesale orders and offers a wide-range of product assortment at per-piece or bulk case pricing. Kroger believes its service will offer restaurants the benefits of non-fluctuating price structure and next-day delivery of product.
“Running a restaurant has always been difficult – and today it feels like it’s harder than ever,” said Jay Scherger, Director, Kroger Technology & Digital/E-Commerce Accelerator in a press release. “This new service will bring our fresh assortment directly to regional businesses – all at consistent prices, product availability and delivery cadence they can count on.”
Corey Mobley, Executive Director of the North Texas Region of the Texas Restaurant Association added, “Supply chain bottlenecks are impacting nearly every restaurant across the country – this opportunity comes at a great time for small and independent restaurants.”
This service is an extension of Kroger’s supermarket division. The Kroger Co. operates grocery retail stores under the following banners:
- Supermarkets – Kroger, Ralphs, Dillons, Smith’s, King Soopers, Fry’s, QFC, City Market, Owen’s, Jay C, Pay Less, Baker’s, Gerbes, Harris Teeter, Pick ‘n Save, Metro Market, Mariano’s
- Multi-department stores – Fred Meyer
- Dillons Marketplace, Fry’s Marketplace, King Soopers Marketplace, Kroger Marketplace, Smith’s Marketplace
- Price-impact warehouse stores – Food 4 Less, Foods Co
The company serves over 11 million customers daily under the banners.