This post originally appeared on the Opelika Observer website.
FetchMe Delivery, a locally owned restaurant food and grocery shopping delivery company, is “committed to being more than just your standard delivery service,” according to the company’s website. “In addition to bringing you anything from food, groceries or custom orders like laundry; we believe passionately in hospitality, family, and the Auburn Spirit.”
FetchMe is offering assistance to those in need of items that have disappeared from the store shelves such as toilet paper, hand towels, bleach and many more items. The company plans on starting scheduled grocery hours from 7 to 11 a.m. so their “fetchers” can get the best morning selection for their customers. The company will only take scheduled deliveries during this time frame.
“Fetchers” will work as a team to continue to have the best intel on grocery supplies (which will be updated on the website.) If you hear grocery supplies are in a particular store, just ask their “CHEE” rep at 334-209-7730 and they will go there for you at no additional cost. If those item(s) are not in the grocery store, you will be provided with a real-time update.
Effective immediately, the company is proud to provide free delivery for the elderly and those who have accessibility challenges. Additionally, they will also offer to help them (the customers) wipe the bag clean so that they can be assured it is safe.
The company’s breakfast, lunch and dinner options for local restaurants and unscheduled grocery orders will be available from 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
For more information such as restaurants ready to deliver and placing an order for groceries, visit fetchmedelivery.com.