Foodservice

QuickChek Pivots to Curbside Pickup Amid Pandemic

Service available at all stores through the retailer's mobile app
QuickChek
Photograph courtesy of QuickChek

WHITEHOUSE STATION, N.J. — Convenience-store retailer QuickChek is offering curbside pickup at all stores in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

To use the service, customers place an order via the QC mobile app, select “curbside pickup” and add vehicle information. At QuickChek, the customer pulls into the designated “curbside pickup” parking spot and calls the store. A store team member comes out to the car, accept payments and provides the order and receipt.

QuickChek’s food menu includes a variety of sub sandwiches, breakfast bowls and burritos, chicken tenders, macaroni and cheese, empanadas, salads, wraps and more. It also offers made-to-order fruit smoothies, yogurt shakes and frozen lattes.

Orders made through the QC mobile app can be done between 5 a.m. and 10 p.m. Besides ordering capabilities, it offers directions to the closest QuickChek store, and customers can receive a coupon for a free coffee or fountain drink just for downloading the app. Users can also track and compare fuel prices at various QuickChek stores through the app.

Whitehouse Station, N.J.-based QuickChek Corp. is a privately held company that operates approximately 160 convenience stores, including 78 locations with fuel, in New Jersey and New York. QuickChek is No. 41 in CSP’s 2019 Top 202 ranking of c-store chains by number of retail outlets.

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