Buehler’s Fresh Foods now offers online grocery shopping at their Coshocton store. Customers can now choose to order groceries online for curbside pickup or delivery – or shop in-store if they prefer.
With the addition of Coshocton, Buehler’s now offers online shopping at these locations – Wooster Milltown, Medina River Styx and Forest Meadows, Canton, New Philadelphia, Dover, Portage Lakes, Ashland and Wadsworth – providing shoppers with a way to shop without stepping inside the store.
The online shopping service, powered by Buehler’s partner Freshop, allows customers to order groceries, create shopping lists, get coupons, and access weekly ads on the store’s website. Shop Online: www.buehlers.com
”Buehler’s has always been known for top-notch customer service and the finest quality, best tasting foods,” stated Dan Shanahan, President and CEO of Buehler’s. “Customers appreciate the ease of having an entire virtual grocery at their fingertips, and trust our personal shoppers to hand select their order. We are excited to bring our online shopping services to three additional stores.”
Buehler’s Online Shopping allows shoppers to:
• shop on your computer or mobile device at www.buehlers.com, or use Buehler’s new app (iOS or Android)
• pay online for their order
• have trained personal shoppers who hand-pick and assemble each order
• try it free. The $1.95 service fee is waived on the customer’s first three orders with Promo Code SAVETIME
• select day and time for pick-up order or delivery
• shop from our clickable weekly ad – add items directly into your shopping cart from the online ad
• see all available varieties of sale items while you view the weekly ad
All Buehler’s customers – including online shoppers – have the store’s guarantee of the freshest quality foods.
Buehler’s Fresh Foods was one of the first supermarkets in Ohio to offer customers online grocery shopping with curbside pick-up. They continually look for ways to improve customer experiences.
Buehler’s Fresh Foods grocery store was founded in 1929 by E.L. Buehler and his wife, Helen. The family moved the business in 1932 to Wooster, and, after four generations, grew to 13 stores serving the northeast Ohio market. In 2017, Buehler’s became an ESOP (employee stock ownership program) with the belief that selling to their own employees was the best way to assure the continuation of the innovative and creative spirit which made the chain a benchmark for independent grocers.