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April 9, 2020

Foodland Farms Pearl City Pick-Up Service

In my effort to not set foot in a grocery store, I used Foodand Farms Pearl City's Pick-Up Service.
Technically, I sent my husband to pick up the food.

The first pick-up fee is waived for new customers (typically $4.95), or if you spend $100 or more.

You simply sign up for an account if you don't already have one, accept or change the pick-up time slot, put items in your cart (for bananas - the options were very specific, eg more yellow with less green), specify if you will allow the next best substitute if the brand of product you want is out of stock, and any other instructions (eg request no signature for pick-up to avoid coming into close contact with an employee and holding a clipboard or pen).

You pay online, and also have a provisional hold on your credit card for possible fees (eg bottle deposit fee).  Your final charge is based on what you actually receive.

There are designated stalls for pick-up at Foodland Farms Pearl City.  Upon arrival, call the number that was emailed in your confirmation, and your order will be delivered to your car.

The process is simple, and we would definitely use it again.






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