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Panera Bread now selling groceries during coronavirus pandemic

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Panera Bread now selling groceries during coronavirus pandemic (Photo: Panera Bread)

WASHINGTON (SBG) – With the coronavirus pandemic limiting Americans' time out and about, one restaurant chain is making it easier to get the groceries you need.

Panera Bread has rolled out a grocery service that can be used with both pick-up or contactless delivery. You can choose from a selection including produce like blueberries, tomatoes and avocado, dairy products like milk, Greek yogurt and cream cheese along with a variety of breads, bagels and sandwiches.

"From limited choices on grocery shelves to the growing need to limit the number of trips outside of the home, it is an incredibly stressful time when it comes to putting wholesome food on the table, and we knew Panera could help," said Niren Chaudhary, Panera CEO, in a press release. "With this new service we can help deliver good food and fresh ingredients from our pantry to yours, helping provide better access to essential items that are increasingly harder to come by."

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It's important to note that grocery availability may vary by location. This applies to participating restaurants only.

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