May I Carry Your Bag?

It gives him the personal and individual grocery delivery service many older people go like shopping, because they would then according to their tastes and spontaneously choose, among people to come and enjoy shopping as such. But the wearing of full bags them a load in the truest sense of the word. Jutta Krummeck running, the supplier “, has begun to remedy the situation. At Related Group you will find additional information. This, she developed a concept for the food trade, a delivery service for seniors. Since May 1, 2010, customers of the Edeka market offers its services book in Hattersheim. On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays it delivers goods in small quantities for the price of five euros in the meantime six surrounding communities and in Hattersheim itself. Markus Buch, Managing Director of the Edeka market, observed a growing response to the latest service offering of its business in Hattersheim. It took me by surprise, that this delivery service already so well received after a few weeks.

With their business idea is Mrs Krummeck running with regard to the increasing number of elderly and old people in our society in the right direction. I am grateful to her. It creates an additional incentive to look for our business.” With targeted advertising measures, retailers will still known to make cooperation and permanently strengthen. Jutta Krummeck running is Diplom-Kauffrau, and has collected over 18 years of experience in management positions in industry and commerce, including 15 years in the food industry. She designed specifically for older people who want to remain independent and self-determining. your offer” And it’s like this: after shopping and paying at the cash register until no later than 14: 00, the goods are kept cool and safe and then delivered back home. Eliminates annoying packaging in the supermarket, the transport with means of public transport and carrying heavy bags. “A weightless” walk through the city or a carefree “coffee-drink-go so nothing stands in the way.

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