OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) - More grocery stores are participating in drive thru like grocery pick ups in the Metro area. HyVee had already done it and recently, Target began doing the same. According to a release, Target expanded the drive up program to 270 stores on April 17 after a successful pilot in Minneapolis this year.
The process is simple, customers can order and pay online and then pull up to designated lanes in front of the store. Their groceries will be bagged and brought to their car by a store associate.