The Distributed Grocery model relies on two critical components – distributors and hubs. Hubs (pickup locations) are crucial to the contact free operations and reduction in the transmission of the virus.
There is no cost to become a hub. Hubs can add a small markup to each box enabling them to compensate staff, generate a new revenue stream, and/or donate to the charity of their choice. Every hub is mandated to donate a portion of their proceeds or product to local food banks to support those in need.
Almost ANY private or public commercial facility can become a distribution hub provided they meet the drop-off and support criteria. We encourage you to support your community by signing up today!