Nino Salvaggio International Marketplace has launched a new grocery pickup and delivery service at its Troy and Clinton Township locations.

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Nino Salvaggio International Marketplace has launched a new grocery pickup and delivery service at its Troy and Clinton Township locations (it’s expected to be introduced to the St. Clair Shores location soon). Through Fresh2Go, its online shopping service, shoppers can browse more than 14,000 items across 19 departments and make a secure purchase to either be delivered or picked up curbside.

Nino Salvaggio International Marketplace partnered with Troy-based company WyGO for Fresh2Go delivery. WyGO drivers sport branded uniforms and make Fresh2Go deliveries in electric Chevy Bolts wrapped in the WyGO logo.

“At Nino Salvaggio, customers are the focus of everything we do. Fresh2Go is a convenient, time saving solution that allows customers to shop the way they want, when they want,” Kirk Taylor, president of Nino Salvaggio International Marketplace, said in the announcement. “With Fresh2Go, we do the shopping for our customers, checking everything off their list and having the order ready in the timeframe they desire, ensuring everything in the cart is fresh at the time of curb-side pickup or delivery. We already have a strong and growing Fresh2Go fan base.”

A minimum order of $25 is required to use Fresh2Go; pickup costs $4.95 and delivery costs $9.95. Items can be picked up in as little as two hours or as much as six days in advance. Nino Salvaggio International Marketplace sells fresh produce and bakery goods; premier meats, seafood and deli; prepared foods; Michigan-made products; and beverages, including wine and beer.

Delivery currently is available to customers who reside in Auburn Hills, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Rochester, Sterling Heights, Troy, Utica and West Bloomfield for the Troy store, and Clinton Township, Macomb, Mount Clemens, Sterling Heights and Utica from the Clinton Township store.

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