Loyalty360 Reads: October 1 | The Giant Company launches Instant Delivery; Dollar Tree to Sell More Items Above $1; and More

The Giant Company launches Instant Delivery
Tapping a new service from Instacart, The Giant Company has introduced 30-minute Instant Delivery from early morning to late at night for convenience products, fresh groceries and household essentials from Giant and Martin’s supermarkets.

Carlisle, Pa.-based Giant said Tuesday that about 20,000 items are available via Giant Instant Delivery and Martin’s Instant Delivery, such as prepared foods, snacks and beverages as well as “last-minute” items like paper goods, household cleaners and baby care products. Available as early as 6 a.m. and as late as 12 a.m. daily, the service requires a $10 order minimum and carries a $2.99 delivery fee. Subscribers to the Instacart Express program receive free Priority Delivery, in as soon as 30 minutes, on orders of at least $10.
Dollar Tree to Sell More Items Above $1
The Wall Street Journal reports that the buck has stopped at Dollar Tree Inc.
The retailer, which sells nearly everything for a dollar in its namesake chain, plans to add more products at slightly higher prices, highlighting the pressure on companies to offset cost increases for a range of goods.
Lenovo Deploys Behalf to Provide In-Purchase Financing for Business Customers
Behalf, Inc., a provider of In-Purchase Financing solutions for B2B sellers and buyers, announced that Lenovo, one of the largest computer makers in the world, has deployed Behalf’s solution to provide flexible and extended financing to its business customers and LenovoPRO business members. With Behalf, businesses can now finance and pay for their Lenovo purchases on a schedule that works for them, either monthly or weekly.

Lenovo customers can easily enroll with Behalf from the Lenovo website or by invitation via their Lenovo Sales Business Specialist. Customers can also enroll with the assistance of a Lenovo Small Business Specialist by calling 866-426-0911 and, coming soon, an online application will be available at the LenovoPRO Store. If approved, they will be able to finance their Lenovo purchases through Behalf on flexible financing terms that fit their business needs.
Saladworks Celebrates 35 Year Milestone by Fundraising for No Kid Hungry
Saladworks celebrated its 35th birthday on Sept. 30, and to commemorate this milestone, the brand wants to give back to the communities it serves by donating 35 cents from the sale of each of its new Amy's Fall Fest entrees to No Kid Hungry. Saladworks will also give 35 bonus points to each Saladworks Rewards member that donates $5 to its No Kid Hungry fundraiser, the High Five Challenge, which started on September 1 and runs through October 17, 2021.

Amy's Fall Fest was created from the winning recipe of the Saladworks' Flavor Your World Original Recipe Challenge, which invited Saladworks Rewards members across the nation to create a new original recipe from Saladworks ingredients over the summer. Amy Sarli-Prelle was the winner of the Flavor Your World Original Recipe Challenge, and her recipe is featured for a limited time in the form of a themed Salad, Warm Grain Bowl, and Wrap.
Oscar Mayer Drops ‘Street Meat’ Streetwear Line via Hot Dog Carts Nationwide
Street Meat, Oscar Mayer’s meat-inspired take on the gotta-cop-it streetwear trends of today, is a new 13-piece capsule collection features fresh silhouettes and bold colors that combine the hottest streetwear trends with meat-inspired touches, such as bucket hats, slides, track suits, bomber jackets and more. Street Meat was originally designed as the modern-day uniform for Oscar Mayer’s iconic Hotdoggers, the official drivers of the Wienermobile, who you’ll see debuting their new looks starting this week – new fits so fresh we knew fans would want to have them.

“Oscar Mayer has a legacy of sparking smiles and bringing levity to things that have gotten too serious, and streetwear is a ripe territory to playfully subvert,” said Megan Lang, Associate Marketing Director, Oscar Mayer. “The ethos of streetwear is hyper-serious and hyper-exclusive, so we hope fans embrace the Oscar Mayer version of Meatwear and have a little more fun getting dressed this fall.”

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