More curbside shopping is coming Feb. 15 to Fort Worth.
This time it’s the Central Market at the corner of Hulen Street and Interstate 30.
The Fort Worth opening marks the first location in Texas for Central Market’s curbside service. Over the next year, construction for additional curbside locations are slated for Dallas (Lovers Lane location and the new Midway/Northwest Highway store), Houston, Plano, and both Austin locations. Central Market’s parent company, H-E-B, has strategically opened more than 100 Curbside locations throughout Texas, and will continue to aggressively roll out the feature at stores throughout the state, according to a news release from the company.
“Central Market Curbside is another way we are making grocery shopping even easier by having our own food experts select the freshest products, then carefully pack your grocery order for you,” said Stephen Butt, president of Central Market. “We are excited to open our first Central Market Curbside location in Fort Worth—our first store in DFW – and we will continue to grow the personal service offering in other cities. Every day we strive to enhance the customer food experience while maintaining our commitment to offering the highest quality and innovative products and services.”
Customers who want to use the new services should first make a grocery list and place their orders online at centralmarket.com/shop, then schedule a pick-up time. Orders must be placed at least four hours prior to the scheduled pick-up time. Then customers can pick up their groceries at the new Curbside pickup area on the east side of the store. Designated parking spaces are available for Curbside customers. After pulling into one of the reserved parking spaces, the customer will text the number listed on the parking stall sign to signal they have arrived.
Curbside services have expanded in recent months and several grocers have added the service in Fort Worth and North Texas.