NUTRISHOP stores offer kerbside pickup and home delivery amid lockdown 

9 April 2020 (Last Updated April 9th, 2020 16:19)

US-based dietary supplements provider NUTRISHOP is offering kerbside pickup and other services amid the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

NUTRISHOP stores offer kerbside pickup and home delivery amid lockdown 
NUTRISHOP franchisees are providing new and timely services to help people. Credit: PRNewsfoto/ NUTRISHOP.

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US-based dietary supplements provider NUTRISHOP is offering kerbside pickup and other services amid the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

The company is also providing home delivery, and meal-plan updates/changes discussed over the phone.

Stores are maintaining CDC standards and are adhering to social-distancing rules.

The stores are also stocking up on vital nutrition and wellness products such as proteins, greens, superfoods, and vitamins or minerals.

NUTRISHOP Brea, California, store owner Madison Avedikian said: “We’re doing everything we can to support our communities.

“We’re coming up with new services and new ways to help our customers and we’re striving to be a light and a positive resource in these unprecedented times.”

“What we’re going through right now has taught us more than ever that we have to have a strong immune system and we need to be in the best shape of our lives.”

During this crisis, NUTRISHOP franchisees are also enhancing their social media presence to provide workouts, 30-day workout challenges, wellness tips, nutrition advice, free giveaways, recipes, and more.

Founded in 2003, NUTRISHOP primarily focuses on a franchisee-owned business model and delivers dietary and nutritional supplements, including customised meal plans, nutritional coaching, body composition scans, and more.

NUTRISHOP founder and CEO Bryon McLendon said: “People are so focused on their social media right now.

“We want to share stories and content that will help take their mind off any stress and anxiety they may be feeling and instead provide positive and helpful tips they can use right now to stay fit and healthy.”

Confirmed cases of coronavirus stood at 1,279,336 globally while the death toll reached 69,844.