Martin’s Super Markets, owned by Michigan-based SpartanNash, is offering free delivery on all online Martin’s Groceries-To-Go orders exceeding $35.
“As part of SpartanNash’s mission to deliver the ingredients for a better life, we are pleased to offer quick and convenient home delivery for our Martin’s guests who may be looking to avoid driving during wintry weather conditions or who want to stay safe at home during the pandemic,” said Amy McClellan, SpartanNash senior vice president and chief marketing officer.
Through Groceries-To-Go, shoppers can order from any grocery department, including beer, wine and liquor where, permitted by law, for the same prices that are available in-store. Orders are fulfilled by Martin’s personal shoppers who communicate directly with guests via text messaging to determine preferences such as ripeness of fruit or thickness of steak.
Delivery for online purchases at Martin’s stores in St. Joseph and Elkhart counties in Indiana and in Niles, Michigan is handled by DineIn of Osceola. Services including Instacart provide delivery services for Martin’s where DineIn does not service including Logansport and Warsaw.
Martin’s personal shoppers communicate substitutions and out-of-stock items and ask guests if they want to add any additional items to their order.
The free home delivery promotion is available in February by using the promotion code February22 at checkout. To take advantage of the savings, visit martinsgroceriestogo.com or download the Martin’s Groceries-To-Go mobile app.
SpartanNash’s purchase of Martin’s included 21 Martin’s Super Markets, eight fuel centers, 17 in-store pharmacies, a pharmacy at Saint Joseph Health System in Mishawaka, a Martin’s Express convenience store in South Bend and a Side Door Café at Elkhart General Hospital.
In addition to Martin’s, SpartanNash operates a total of 145 supermarkets, under other brands including Family Fare, D&W Fresh Market, VG’s Grocery and Dan’s Supermarket. The company also is a distributor of grocery products to U.S. military commissaries though its MDV business unit.