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Metro Detroit food distributor allowing the public to buy groceries online

Posted: 12:38 PM, Mar 25, 2020
Updated: 2020-03-25 12:38:54-04

(WXYZ) — Atlas Foods, a metro Detroit distributor that supplies to restaurants and casinos, is now allowing the public to buy groceries amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

You can order bulk groceries online by clicking here, then choose your pickup window and date. There is a $100 minimum order.

The Atlas Truck will be parked in the lot with your order staged, and to maintain social distancing, they will load it in your car when you pull up. As of March 25, they are processing orders for the week of 3/30-4/3.

The Atlas Truck will be parked in the lot with your order staged. When you pull up in the lot with your confirmation, we will load your order into your car to maintain social distancing. It's important to provide a safer way for at-risk people to get food, keeping them out of busy stores.

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