DENVER – King Soopers is launching a fee-free meal delivery service in partnership with ClusterTruck that will operate out of delivery-only kitchens in Denver.
Kroger, which is King Soopers’ parent company, is also launching identical services in Indianapolis, Columbus, Ohio, and Carmel, Indiana.
Kroger and King Soopers will utilize ClusterTruck for its operations and says the company can get orders into the hands of customers within 7 to 30 minutes of when the order was placed.
In Denver, people will be able to go to KingSoopersDeliveryKitchen.com to place an order.
“Kroger is leveraging ClusterTruck’s advanced technology to ensure our customers don’t have to sacrifice quality and value for convenience when it comes to meal delivery,” Kroger CIO Yael Cosset said in a news release. “Kroger Delivery Kitchen Powered by ClusterTruck will allow our customers to access restaurant-quality fresh and delicious meals like never before and without having to pay excessive service or delivery fees.”
Kroger Delivery Kitchen will also operate in Indianapolis, Columbus, Ohio and Carmel, Indiana.