North Bend QFC starts online ordering program

QFC is bringing a new service to the North Bend community. As of Monday, Sept. 19, customers order their groceries online and pick them up the next day at the North Bend QFC, location through the ClickList program.

  • Tuesday, September 20, 2016 4:19pm
  • Business

QFC is bringing a new service to the North Bend community. As of Monday, Sept. 19, customers order their groceries online and pick them up the next day at the North Bend QFC, location through the ClickList program.

Customers order on www.qfc.com/onlineshopping.

North Bend is the first QFC location to offer the program. The store will also be working to speed up the process to make same-day grocery pickup available in the near future.




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