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Want to make in-store gathering a breeze for staff? Follow these 3 steps.

STEP 1: Assemble Your On-Floor Collection Carts

Employees need these products to quickly find the items your shoppers have ordered, all without interrupting in-store shoppers and other in-house operations.

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STORAGE TOTES »
PICKING CART OPTIONS »

Tote With Lid

Tote With Lid

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Tote Dolly

Tote Dolly

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3-Shelf Tub Cart

3-Shelf Tub Cart

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Top Client Pain Point: Carts can be heavy and difficult to navigate once multiple orders are loaded. Often, the affordable (but commonly forgot) solution is replacing the casters on carts. Not sure which type you'll need? We can find your fit.

STEP 2: Find The Right Bagging

Large, durable bags for orders and substitutions are a must to stay organized and take up minimal space. Transactions in the deli need to be made quickly – grab and go meats, cheeses, and even custom orders need proper bagging to keep product fresh.

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BAGGING OPTIONS »

T-Shirt Bags

T-Shirt Bags

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Shopping Bags

Shopping Bags

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Grab and Go in Deli Bags

Grab and Go in Deli Bags

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75% of shoppers stay with the first food retailer that they try shopping with online. This means there is major long-term value in getting your program right from the first visit.1.

STEP 3: Determine Products For Communication

Depending on the size of your store and order intake, communication methods will vary. We've seen many approaches—everything from tech-driven walkie talkies to standard and cost-effective in-store labels.

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TWO-WAY RADIOS »
IN-STORE SIGNAGE »

Two Way Radio

Two Way Radio

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Price Cards

Price Cards

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Clip On Signholder

Clip On Signholder

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